CHICAGO - Gov. George Voinovich of Ohio yesterday signed into law a bill that calls for the issuance of $975 million of bonds for capital projects and eliminates most of a projected $250 million shortfall in the current state budget.

Voinovich lauded the legislature for its "spirit of bipartisan cooperation" that led to the introduction and passage of the bill last week.

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