A compromise bill to reauthorize the FAA could be taken up by the U.S. House before the Sept. 30 deadline for passage, according to a House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee staffer, who added that negotiations are on track and members remain optimistic about a timely vote. The last major obstacle to passing the bill—resolving a dispute about meal and rest breaks for truckers—was pulled from the compromise bill, clearing the way for the House to hold a vote. The House ...

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