WASHINGTON -- The House narrowly approved legislation yesterday that would give the District of Columbia about $720 million of federal aid in fiscal 1995, but would also require the district to cut its budget by $150 million.

The proposal requiring the $150 million budget cut was added to the appropriations bill at the last minute as a compromise designed to stave off efforts by some lawmakers to cut the district's fiscal 1995 appropriation.

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