Look to city, county
Regarding the editorial “The USAirways/American merger: A poor deal still” (Nov. 14 and TribLIVE.com): It is terrible that this merger could lead to job losses in the Pittsburgh area. But I am surprised to see the Trib favoring the heavy hand of the Justice Department to prevent the deal.
The burden is on Pittsburgh and Allegheny County to make the region business friendly.
Lower taxes and lower airport fees, not bogus antitrust rules, will attract airlines to our fine airport.
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