CHICAGO - The financial oversight authority for the Chicago Board of Education approved the board's revised $2.6 billion fiscal 1993 budget late Monday, a day before the start of the new fiscal year and the deadline for approval.

Following the last-minute elimination of an $84.6 million deficit, the budget was approved unanimously by the five-member Chicago School Finance Authority, according to Stephen Dragich, the authority's legal counsel.

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