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Rural Airports Face Budget Cuts

National Public Radio reports that the Bush administration proposes reducing federal subsidies that help maintain air service to rural communities. Congress established the subsidy 25 years ago, when airlines were deregulated.  The subsidies have enabled carriers to continue to provide service to many rural communities. The subsidy was due to expire after 10 years, but powerful supporters in Congress have kept it alive.

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