WASHINGTON -- California officials were struggling Friday to tear down remaining obstacles to paying the debt service on $2.2 billion of lease revenue bonds that come due tomorrow.

The State Senate was preparing to vote on a compromise budget drafted by Senate President David Robert, D-Los Angeles, and Senate Republican Leader Ken Maddy of Fresno. Legislators hoped to complete action on the budget and place it on Gov. Pete Wilson's desk by today.

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