WASHINGTON - The House opponents of the $11 billion Super-conducting Super Collider, fueled by this year's drive to cut deficit spending, yesterday won a lopsided victory to end funding for the Texas atomic science project.

By 280 to 150, the House voted along bipartisan lines to kill all but the $220 million of funding for fiscal 1994 that would be needed to shut down the project under construction just south of Dallas.

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