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Michigan considers aviation fuel tax increase

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DETROIT (AP) — Michigan airport executives are seeking an aviation fuel tax increase to help make improvements and repairs at the state's 235 public airports. The state House-approved plan would help general aviation and commercial airports avoid falling far short of more than $730 million needed for fixes in the next five years. The Detroit News reports ( ) it's stuck in...

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