Printed headline: New Risks on the Hill   President Donald Trump signed a multiyear FAA reauthorization bill into law last October. Ordinarily, aviation policy would be on the back burner on Capitol Hill for the next few years. But these are not ordinary times. If, as expected, Congress moves new FAA-related legislation, it is a good bet that the MRO sector will be a target.  The Boeing 737 MAX accidents have thrust the FAA’s aircraft certification process and terms like ...

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