The Clinton administration proposed yesterday a college scholarship program that would be funded in part through a new $10 departure tax on international travelers. The $6 international departure tax expired at the end of 1995, but the administration is proposing that it be restored at $16, with $10 going to the general fund to offset the cost of the education proposal. The revenues - along with proceeds from broadcast spectrum auctions and a number of other fees - would pay for ...

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