Pennsylvania's House of Representatives was scheduled to debate on Thursday a $2.4 billion transportation bill that Senate counterparts approved a day earlier.

The bill, which failed to clear the General Assembly in June and seemed to have stalled again in Harrisburg last week, largely calls for increases in gasoline taxes as well as drivers' penalties and fees.

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