By Leo Schefer, president, Washington Airports Task Force Congress has good options with which to resolve differences over the FAA reauthorization bill, now heading for its 21st postponement, but they require expanded scope for discussion between the House and the Senate, as well as tough public policy decisions, rather than disguised earmarks. One of the stumbling blocks faced by House and Senate conferees concerns changes to the high-density and perimeter statutes governing ...


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