WASHINGTON -- Most obstacles to issuing tax-exempt bonds in conjunction with the new airline passenger fee were cleared away by the Federal Aviation Administration's revised rules issued last week, but bond lawyers and a rating agency official said one problem remains.

The latest regulations, now considered final, still allow the administration to end an airport's ability to levy the fee, which airports are expected to use as the revenue stream to back tax-exempt bond issues.

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