U.S. senators Tuesday morning approved a key procedural move that clears the way for the upper chamber to pass the so-called Ryan-Murray budget compromise and — assuming there are no differences from the House's version — allow th measure to go the White House to become law. The aviation industry is watching the deal closely because it would, among other proposals, double the post-9/11 security fee charged to airline passengers for one-way flights from $2.50 now to $5 this fiscal ...
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