LOS ANGELES - Gov. John Waihee of Hawaii last week proposed "in essence a zero-growth budget" for the 1993-95 biennium to accommodate a revenue slowdown in the state.

Past strength in Hawaii's construction and tourism industries helped the state "forestall the full effects of the national recession," the governor said in a written budget message to the Legislature.

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