CHICAGO -- Ohio Budget Director Greg Browning unveiled a plan yesterday that would eliminate a $457 million budget deficit through executive order cuts, tax increases, and the possible use of the state's budget stabilization fund.

More than half the projected deficit in the state $13 billion general revenue fund budget for fiscal 1992, which began July 1, will be eliminated by administrative action.

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