Massachusetts Gov. William F. Weld said Wednesday he will seek legislative authorization that would allow him to spend $4.2 billion over the next five years on capital projects in the state.

The governor said he would spend $2.3 billion before the end of fiscal 1994, which ends June 30. That figure includes $886 million of state spending and $1.4 billion of federal money.

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