CHICAGO - The Ohio House yesterday approved a bill that calls for the issuance of $975 million of bonds in fiscal 1993 and 1994 and that would eliminate most of a projected $250 million budget shortfall in the current fiscal year 1993 budget.

State officials said the Senate was expected to concur with the House measure, which would fund capital improvements and trim the shortfall with spending cuts and tax measures.

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