WASHINGTON -- The House is expected to begin debate today on the compromise fiscal 1995 budget package that House and Senate negotiators agreed on Tuesday evening.

The measure, which contains $13 billion more in spending cuts over five years than President Clinton proposed in February, is then expected to be taken up by the Senate next week.

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