WASHINGTON Congress has renewed and approved a bigger budget for a joint private-public program that has helped rescue more than 100,000 missing children since it was created in 1984.
The Senate gave voice approval late Tuesday to a measure authorizing up to $40 million a year for the next five years in government support for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The bill passed the House last December and now goes to the president for his signature.

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