ATLANTA -- Georgia legislators gave final approval yesterday to $415 million in spending cuts, reducing the state's budget for fiscal 1992 by 5.2%, to $7.54 billion.

By almost unanimous votes, Georgia's House of Representatives and Senate separately endorsed an agreement on cutting state spending that had been worked out between the two chambers. The agreement was nearly identical to one proposed last week by Gov. Zell Miller.

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