WASHINGTON -- President Clinton warned late Tuesday that the Superconducting Super Collider is "in danger" of being killed in the Senate funding battle expected later this summer.

The assessment, coming from the Texas atomic energy project's chief supporter here. appears to be the most dire estimate yet of the prospects for the collider and its outstanding $250 million of lease revenue bonds.

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