A plan moving toward Senate approval could result in one of three cities in Arkansas being forced to pay to keep scheduled airline service. Opponents say the plan includes airports from ten different states, and they`d have to pay part of a government subsidy to commuter airlines that fly in and out of rural communities. Three cities in Arkansas -- Harrison, Hot Springs and Jonesboro -- are on the list of 29 airports. Republican Congressman John Peterson of Pennsylvania is leading the fight to defeat the airport plan. Pennsylvania also has three airports on the list of 29. Peterson chairs a rural caucus.