Congress last week passed another short-term extension of FAA’s reauthorization and aviation taxes, buying six more months to work out a compromise on a comprehensive, multi-year aviation bill. Last week’s action came just two weeks before FAA’s authorization was set to expire March 31. FAA has been operating under a series of short-term extensions since September 2007. The bill cleared last week, H.R.1512, was introduced jointly by the leadership of the House Ways and Means and ...

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