The New Jersey Assembly last week followed the Senate's lead in passing a fiscal 1993 budget, but it remained unclear Friday whether Gov. Jim Florio would veto the package.

The Assembly vote, 56 to 21, was largely along party lines and followed by several hours the 23-to-13 vote in the Senate on Thursday. The margin of victory in the Assembly was large enough to over-ride a potential veto from the governor, but the Senate vote is four shy of the necessary two-thirds margin.

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