ATLANTA -- Kentucky legislators were prepared last Friday to approve a $10.2 billion budget for the 1994-96 biennium, after resolving a dispute over bond funding for economic development projects.

As of late afternoon, the full Senate had approved the spending plan on a 26-to-12 vote. Legslative sources said they expected the House of Representatives to soon follow with its assent to the compromise budget hammered out in a conference committee on Thursday.

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