Rhode Island’s House of Representatives this week will debate a $9.2 billion fiscal 2018 state budget that would eliminate a $134 million shortfall and initially fund six-year phaseout of the automobile tax.

The full House is scheduled to vote on the spending plan Thursday, after which the bill will go to the Senate. The House finance committee approved it Friday, shortly after midnight.

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