LOS ANGELES - California's legislative analyst has estimated that the state could face a cumulative budget shortfall of $7.5 billion by the end of fiscal 1994, which paints a grimmer picture than previous forecasts.

The report by Legislative Analyst Elizabeth Hill, which assumes no corrective action, highlights the challenge facing state leaders when they begin crafting a new budget in coming months for fiscal 1994, which begins July 1.

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