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Sen. Burr Tries To Pull FDASIA Over For Speeding As Senate Sends Bill To White House

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The North Carolina Republican spends more than two hours talking about the user fee bill and other issues in an apparent effort to delay a final vote, but the Senate easily passes it.

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