U.S. Airports Wary Of Possible FAA, EPA Rules Conflict

WASHINGTON—U.S. airport executives are concerned that a provision in a defense spending bill passed by the U.S. House will expose airport operators to “costly litigation and cleanup efforts,” if the measure becomes law. The House on July 12 passed defense authorization legislation that included an...

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