WASHINGTON - A $37 billion spending cut bill that would allow the bond-financed sale of Alaska Power Administration hydroelectric facilities to Alaska was approved nearly unanimously by the House Monday night.

Senate action on the bill, which is sponsored by the White House, will not be scheduled until the chamber returns from Christmas recess early next year.

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