WASHINGTON -- The Senate on Saturday gave final approval to a $22 billion energy spending bill containing another year's funding for the $10 billion Superconducting Super Collider, sending the measure to President Bush.

The bill's $517 million appropriation for the giant atom smasher being built south of Dallas will keep the project on track in fiscal 1993, which begins on Thursday.

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