President Barack Obama is defending the White House’s proposal to lengthen business aviation depreciation schedules, saying corporate jet owners don’t need the tax breaks and that’s not why they buy corporate jets. He also says he wants to give tax breaks to aviation manufacturing companies so they can hire and produce more products. His comments, to a Wichita affiliate news station on Feb. 20, follow comments earlier that same day from White House Press Secretary Jay Carney that general ...
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