ATLANTA - Georgia has tentatively agreed to pay retirees $108 million in illegally collected tax payments, following Tuesday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the matter, Gov. Zell Miller told state legislators.

Speaking late Tuesday at an biennial legislative conference held on the campus of the University of Georgia in Athens, Miller said that under the proposed accord, payments would come in four equal annual installments of $27 million starting in October 1995. The reimbursement, he said, would include 7% interest.

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