WASHINGTON -- The rating on the District of Columbia's general obligation bonds was lowered yesterday to BBB-plus from A-minus by Fitch Investors Service Inc.

The downgrade primarily reflects "the magnitude of the projected general fund fiscal year 1995 deficit, not about 10% of revenues, and the resultant stress on cash flow," Fitch said in an announcement released yesterday evening.

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