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Short Take: House approves funds to thwart Net child porn

By a 410-2 vote, the House approved $10 million to fund the U.S. Customs Service's Child Cyber-Smuggling Center next year to better crack down on the illegal trade of child pornography. Part of the money will go to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's Web site and tip line. The appropriations bill next moves to the Senate for consideration.

By a 410-2 vote, the House approved $10 million to fund the U.S. Customs Service's Child Cyber-Smuggling Center next year to better crack down on the illegal trade of child pornography. Part of the money will go to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's Web site and tip line. The appropriations bill next moves to the Senate for consideration.