Obama to urge approval of stop-gap air, road bills


* Obama does not want repeat of July dispute over FAA * Jobs at issue in aviation, road construction funding By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Aug 30 (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama will urge Congress on Wednesday to approve stop-gap aviation and transportation infrastructure legislation to temporarily maintain funding for airport and road construction projects and preserve jobs in a tough economy. Obama wants Congress not to repeat the type of partisan fight over temporary funding that ...

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