Gov. Lowell P. Weicker Jr. yesterday vetoed the Connecticut Legislature's proposed $7 billion fiscal 1992 budget, leaving the state still without a permanent spending plan six weeks into its new fiscal year.

Calling the proposal "the shame and scandal of our generation," Gov. Weicker said the plan, as passed by the Legislature late Sunday night, is already $623 million out of balance.

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