WASHINGTON -- The House approved compromise legislation yesterday to provide $36.5 billion in spending for transportation programs in fiscal 1995, which begins Saturday.

The bill, which now goes to the Senate for a final vote, was approved by the House on a voice vote after House and Senate negotiators hammered out a final version last week calling for about $2 billion less than House and Senate legislators and the Clinton Administration had originally requested.

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