Connecticut lawmakers last week passed another one-week temporary budget after determining they did not have enough support to override Gov. Lowell P. Weicker Jr.'s veto of a fiscal 1992 budget.

On Wednesday, Gov. Weicker vetoed the $7 billion package approved by the Legislature four days before, arguing that it was $623 million out of balance. An override vote was expected late Thursday, but legislators found they did not have enough support in the state Senate, so it was called off in favor of the temporary budget.

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