Congress cleared the 22nd extension of FAA’s authorization last week, averting a possible shutdown that loomed while the Senate battled over whether it should adopt a clean extension. The House earlier last week had approved an extension to Jan. 31, but coupled the bill with short-term highway legislation. The latest reauthorization bill provides four months, longer than any other extension since September 2009, to work on resolving differences between the House and Senate versions ...

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