WASHINGTON -- The House yesterday gave final approval to legislation that would allocate $1.275 billion for the HOME program in fiscal 1994, but set up a potential clash with the Senate over an unrelated funding issue in the bill that could slow its progress.

The legislation approved by the House would fund Department of Housing and Urban Development programs such as HOME as well as various independent agencies during fiscal 1994. In passing the bill, the House added a rider to kill funding for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's project to develop a new type of solid rocket booster for the space shuttle.

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