DALLAS -- The House of Representatives is scheduled to vote today on the appropriations bill that contains funding for a key provision in the agreement to compensate Texas for its investment in the failed Super-conducting Super Collider project.

Part of the energy and water appropriations bill for fiscal 1995, the provision calls for providing a $65 million federal grant to develop a medical treatment and research center for proton cancer therapy at the super collider site south of Dallas.

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