The New York city council yesterday broadly accepted the fiscal agenda of Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, passing a $31.6 billion budget for fiscal 1995.

The council voted in favor of the controversial spending phn 43 to 8. The plan includes small tax cuts for businesses, and job cuts totaling 15,000, to close a $2.3 billion gap in fiscal 1995, which begins July 1.

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