ATLANTA - Florida Gov. Lawton Chiles yesterday unveiled a $38.03 billion no-new-taxes budget for fiscal 1995 that focuses on crime prevention, schools, job creation, and the environment.

The all-funds plan, which calls for $2.5 billion more in spending than allocated for fiscal 1994, includes debt service to finance $1.7 billion in tax-exempt borrowings, according to Cynthia Kelly, policy coordinator of budget management.

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