Georgia ended its 1992 fiscal year on June 30 with four straight months of strong revenue collections, enabling the state to avoid spending cuts or worker layoffs, said Gov. Zell Miller.

According to a statement released by Gov. Miller, Georgia's revenues in June were 6.3% above those in June 1991. This performance followed three previous months with revenue collections also more than 6% over the 1991 period.

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