LOS ANGELES--In a move that may throw California's recent budget agreement out of whack, state Controller Gray Davis has refused to certify language allowing California to recapture $1.1 billion of funds paid to schools during fiscal 1992.

Part of this year's budget agreement allows schools to keep $1.1 billion of funds paid during fiscal 1992 that were in excess of minimum guaranteed state funding levels. That money is to be recaptured by the state during fiscal 1993, which began July 1.

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