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Congress moves to end air traffic controller furloughs
April 26, 2013
[UPDATED] The US Congress passed legislation to give FAA flexibility to transfer funds to enable the agency to end furloughs of air traffic controllers, at least through the end of the US government’s fiscal year Sept. 30. The Senate passed the bill late Thursday and the House of Representatives...
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