Northern US state to consider aviation fuel tax increase
from The Associated Press via Lansing State Journal
According to officials, in order to help make improvements and repairs at the state's 235 public airports, Michigan airport executives want an aviation fuel tax. To help general aviation and commercial airports avoid falling far short of more than $730 million needed for fixes in the next five years, a fuel tax plan has been approved by the state House. Currently, the bill is stuck in the Senate, partially due to some worries by Delta Air Lines.
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