The New Jersey Assembly yesterday passed a $14.7 billion fiscal 1992 budget, hoping to avert thousands of layoffs required under a budget proposed by Gov. Jim Florio.

The Assembly, voting 43 to 36 in a party-line vote, approved a spending plan that is almost $400 million larger than the governor's alternative proposal, but still purports to avert the need for the governor's proposed layoffs.

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