Los Angeles - California Controller Gray Davis yesterday said he would not authorize $5 billion of revenue anticipation warrants - as proposed this week by Gov. Pete Wilson - because the state may not have the money to pay them back at maturity.

Davis' announcement came after a $2.6 billion cash-flow miscalculation was discovered in Wilson's revised budget plan, which was released Monday.

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