A New Jersey Assembly committee yesterday approved a fiscal 1992 budget that Florio administration officials said might threaten the state's triple-A credit rating because it overestimates revenues.

With nine Democrats assenting and six Republicans casting no votes, the Assembly Appropriations Committee released the $14.7 billion spending plan to the full House for consideration.

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