Legislative Effort To Fully Fund FAA For Fiscal 2014 Has Nowhere To Go

The U.S. House of Representatives yesterday voted to fund the FAA in fiscal 2014, a move that would effectively end staff furloughs and permit the U.S. Registry to reopen. The bill, however, is not expected to go further than the House. This is one of only a few agency-specific funding the bills the...

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