FAA In Congress: Extension Mulled, Shuster Bill Hanging
WASHINGTON—U.S. lawmakers are debating how long after Oct. 1 to extend the current FAA authorization, with some senators and House Democrats seeking six months while a leading House Republican is believed to be pushing for less. According to Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.)—the ranking member of the...
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