LOS ANGELES -- California lawmakers expect the state's budget stalemate to spill into next week as legislative leaders await Gov. Pete Wilson's plan to close an $11 billion gap.

The continued delay comes after the governor this week helped block passage of a compromise $58 billion spending plan proposed by state Sen. Frank Hill, R-Whittier.

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