WASHINGTON - Senate action on the urban aid tax bill is in danger of being delayed until September because that chamber has become bogged down with other legislation, congressional aides and tax lobbyists said yesterday.

Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, D-Maine, said last night he still hopes the Senate can take up the tax bill before it adjourns tomorrow for a month-long recess. But unforeseen delays with a defense authorization bill and a Senate resolution relating to the civil war in Bosnia have made that action unlikely, the aides and lobbyists said.

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