By John Crawley WASHINGTON, July 25 (Reuters) - A key Senate committee approved and sent to the full chamber on Thursday a $64.6 billion transport spending bill for next year that would provide $4.95 billion in funding for aviation and other post Sept. 11 security priorities. The legislation approved by the Senate Appropriations Committee exceeded the White House budget blueprint for transport security by $150 million. Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta told another Senate ...
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