Last week's votes by the U.S. House and Senate to end funding for the Supercondu
Last week's votes by the U.S. House and Senate to end funding for the Superconducting Super Collider has resulted in the loss of $65 million in potential income for Silvex Inc. of Westbrook. Silvex, which employs 80 people in its Col. Westbrook Executive Park facility, was close to being awarded a metal-plating contract worth $65 million over four years when funding for the controversial project was killed. Details.
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