CHICAGO -- Gov. George Voinovich of Ohio signed into law the state's $30.7 billion budget for fiscal 1994-95 yesterday after vetoing some bond-related components the budget legislation.

Voinovich -- who signed the bill at 4:25 a.m., only hours after the new fiscal year began -- vetoed 31 items in the two-year budget. Paolo De Maria, assistant director of the state's Office of Budget and Management, characterized the vetoes as "relatively minor."

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