U.S. Senate rejects bid to trim Superstorm Sandy bill
WASHINGTON Dec 28 (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate on Friday rejected a Republican amendment to cut the immediate cost of a $60.4 billion Superstorm Sandy reconstruction bill by more than half to $23.8 billion.
The 54-41 vote cleared the way for final Senate action on the disaster recovery bill.
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