LOS ANGELES -- California Gov. Pete Wilson's two-year spending plan to achieve a balanced state budget by June 1995 is in danger of derailment, the state Legislative Analyst's Office reported this week.

Budget adjustments that have already occured will increase spending over the next two years by $660 million, thereby throwing the plan out of balance, the nonpartisan analyst's office said in a 69-page report.

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