DALLAS — The Kansas House has approved a plan that resolves a revenue shortfall in fiscal 2011 by cutting state aid to local school districts and reducing salaries for some government executives.

HB 2014, which was sent to the Senate on Wednesday, would provide a $37.5 million surplus when the fiscal year ends June 30. The cuts in the supplemental budget bill reduce general fund spending in fiscal 2011 by $38 million.

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