ATLANTA -- Florida's cabinet yesterday agreed to slash state spending by $579 million in an effort to bring the state's fiscal 1992 budget into balance.

The action followed a finding by the Florida's revenue estimating conference last month that projected a $622 million revenue shortfall in fiscal 1992, which ends June 30, largely the result of lower-than-expected sales tax collections.

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