ATLANTA - North Carolina legislators neared passage yesterday of a revised 1993 capital budget but continued to be bogged down by the details of proposed bond legislation.

Dave Crotts, senior analyst and economist for the Legislative Fiscal Office, said that on Wednesday the Senate passed a $160 million capital budget for the fiscal year that began July 1. Late yesterday, the bill was under debate in the House of Representatives, he said, and details of possible revisions would likely not be worked out until today.

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