ATLANTA - As North Carolina legislators begin this year's regular session, they face the enviable task of deciding how to spend a surplus of nearly $1 billion projected for the 1994 fiscal year.

But it is unlikely that there will be any any new bond authorizations coming out of the session, which began May 24, David Crotts, senior analyst and economist for the Legislative Fiscal Office, said yesterday.

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