It's over -- at least for the moment -- and New York State finally has a fiscal 1992 budget.

Just after dawn on July 4, the Legislature finished its six-month fireworks display by passing a revised fiscal 1992 budget, this one with $700 million of spending restorations. Most of the money had been part of the original budget -- approved on June 4, 65 days over the deadline -- but Gov. Mario M. Cuomo had vetoed it.

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