The state board overseeing the city of Bridgeport, Conn., voted Wednesday to reject the budget that Mayor Joseph P. Ganim proposed for fiscal year 1993, which begins July 1.

The 1988 state law that created the Bridgeport Financial Review Board requires rejection of any budget that, like the one proposed for 1993, relies on revenues or savings based on financial agreements not yet final.

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