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FAA Request for Decision on Payment of Employees Attorney Fees, U.S. GAO, July 19, 1995.

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motion for discovery and costs. 174 However, airport revenue may be used where airport devel- opment requires a sponsoring agency to take an action, such as undertaking environmental mitigation measures contained in an FAA record of decision approving funding for an airport de- velopment project, or constructing a ground access facility that would otherwise be eligible for the use of airport revenue.

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