CHICAGO - A group of Illinois lawmakers has proposed a three-part plan to reduce the Chicago school system's fiscal 1994 deficit before school begins in September.

In an attempt to help the schools open on time, 19 Democrats from the Democrat-controlled House have proposed the plan that would cut by $92.7 million the school system's projected $415 million deficit in the fiscal year that begins Sept. 1.

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