CHICAGO -- The Illinois comptroller's office has projected that, unless this month brings a 26% increase in revenues, the state will carry a record $900 million to $1 billion of fiscal 1992 expenses over into fiscal 1993.

The Illinois Bureau of the Budget needs such a surge to meet its revenue estimates for fiscal 1992, according to Jim Ofcarcik, a special assistant to Comptroller Dawn Clark Netsch. The state's fiscal year ends June 30.

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