WASHINGTON - Maryland could face spending cuts this fiscal year to make up for a nearly $1 billion revenue shortfall that is expected in fiscal 2010, the Legislature's chief financial adviser warned yesterday.

"It'll be incumbent on the governor to take what actions are necessary ... to help bring spending down to correspond to what we think will be coming in," said Warren G. Deschenaux, director of the state's Office of Policy Analysis.

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