CHICAGO -- Standard & Poor's Corp. yesterday raised concerns about amendments recently added by the U.S. Senate to the Airport Improvement Program authorization bill, saying the amendments could limit airports' discretion over charging airline user fees.

In addition, a specific provision that would require disputed airport revenues to remain in escrow until a resolution is reached could lead to technical defaults of airport bonds, the rating agency said.

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