CHICAGO -- The Ohio Legislature yesterday approved a $27.3 billion general revenue fund budget that includes $769 million gained from revenue enhancements and the use of two-thirds of the state's budget stabilization fund during the 1992-93 biennium, which began July 1.

The budget, which calls for spending levels of $13.3 billion in fiscal 1992 and $14 billion in fiscal 1993, was put together by a bipartisan committee of the Legislature and was received positively by Republican Gov. George Voinovich.

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