Rhode Island’s $8.2 billion budget, including a $2.5 million bond payment for 38 Studios moral obligation debt, is headed for Gov. Lincoln Chafee’s desk after the Senate approved it by a 32-6 vote Thursday night.

Also included is $50,000 for a market analysis of what could happen should Rhode Island default on debt related to bankrupt 38 Studios, the video-game company owned by former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling.

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