Although the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction—the so-called Super Committee—failed to reach agreement last week, setting in motion automatic spending cuts without tax increases, business aviation advocates remain wary of the possibility of user fees resurfacing. The Super Committee had a Nov. 23 deadline for agreeing to recommendations for a $1.2 trillion deficit reduction, either by raising revenue, cutting spending or some combination of the two. But the failure to reach an ...
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