The State Bar Association, which has struggled since the mid-1990s to maintain membership and raise dues revenues, is planning to cut spending for the fiscal year that begins July 1.

In its proposed budget for 2002-03, to be voted on today at the annual meeting in Atlantic City, the Bar is also projecting, for the second time in three years, a decline in revenues.

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