WASHINGTON - Senate opponents of the $11 billion Superconducting Super Collider project said yesterday they will probably offer an amendment to kill it when the budget package reaches the Senate floor next week.

"That's under serious consideration," said Sen. Dale Bumpers, D-Ark., after several Senate Finance Committee Democrats yesterday repeated their calls to scrap the collider in their continuing search to find additional spending cuts for the budget. Bumpers led an unsuccessful attempt to kill the collider in the Senate last year.

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