WASHINGTON -- District of Columbia Mayor Sharon Pratt Kelly has unveiled a multiyear spending-cut plan yesterday that is designed to comply with congressional demands for budget cuts.

The mayor's move came after the House and Senate, which have final say over the district's fiscal affairs, both voted last month to cut the district's fiscal 1995 budget. The House proposed cutting $150 million. double the $75 million approved by the Senate.

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