CHICAGO -- Gov. Jim Edgar of Illinois has told state lawmakers that revised revenue and spending estimates have revealed a shortfall in the state's fiscal 1992 general funds budget that could reach $520 million.

Mike Lawrence, a spokesman for the governor, said the state Bureau of the Budget estimated this week that general funds revenues are $285 million short of the $14.7 billion estimate made when the budget for the fiscal year that began July 1 was put together.

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