ATLANTA -- FLorida reported Monday that incoming state revenue collections should increase by $179.9 million in fiscal 1993 because of added sales taxes generated by insurance payments to victims of Hurricane Andrew.

This is the state's first formal estimate of revenues since Andrew hit southern Florida in late August and caused massive destruction.

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