LOS ANGELES - A revised budget released this week by California Gov. Pete Wilson includes a proposal to issue $5 billion of revenue anticipation warrants that would not mature until April 1996.

By contrast, the governor's May budget revision proposed having the state sell $6.5 billion in revenue anticipation notes this summer.

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