ATLANTA -- As Georgia's fiscal plight deepens, Gov. Zell Miller last week asked lawmakers to cut up to $400 million from fiscal year 1992's $7.9 billion budget in a special legislative session scheduled for August.

Gov. Miller, who blamed the state's problems on a continuing lull in economic growth, stopped short of pushing for increased taxes.

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