The House Transportation Committee will take the high-risk approach of pushing for airport and airways trust fund spending at the level of last year's user fees in the bill providing for a six-month authorization for FAA, which has to be enacted by March 31, a committee aide said yesterday. Transportation Committee Chairman Bud Shuster (R-Pa.) succeeded this year with the same approach in cracking the Highway Trust Fund and the end result was a 43% one-year increase in state highway ...

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