ATLANTA - North Carolina legislator are still wrestling with a 1993 capital budget and proposed legislation that would authorize about $400 million of new general obligation bonds.

The budget and bond bills were passed by the state Senate last week but await approval by the House of Representatives, where lawmakers had been counting on a now-defunct lottery bill for the debt's backing.

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