DALLAS - With one week left in the fiscal year, Arizona lawmakers are considering a plan announced yesterday to erase a $1.9 billion budget shortfall through $600 million of borrowing for public schools and cutting about $400 million in spending.

The state would also use reserves from the rainy-day fund and postpone a payment to public schools until the next fiscal year.

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