CHICAGO -- The administration of Gov. George Voinovich of Ohio proposed a $1.76 billion a capital bill this week that would be almost entirely financed through debt sales.

The bill, for fiscal 1995, which begins July 1, and fiscal 1996, calls for $1.73 billion of debt financing to maintain, construct, and improve facilities in the state.

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