The House yesterday unanimously approved a bill that would provide a three-month extension of aviation programs, including airports’ ability to collect fees they use to back bonds. The bill also includes provisions that would change how some surface transportation funds are distributed.

Introduced Tuesday by Rep. James Oberstar, D-Minn., chairman of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, and cosponsored by five House members, the bill would extend the authorization of the Federal Aviation Administration and its programs through July 3.

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