WASHINGTON—U.S. lawmakers are waiting to get a 290-vote supermajority before bringing a bill to the House floor that would fund the FAA during future U.S. government shutdowns, House Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee on Aviation chairman Rick Larsen (D-Washington) said. The Aviation Funding Stability Act, introduced by Larsen and Transportation Committee chairman Peter DeFazio (D-Oregon), would draw from the Airport and Airway Trust Fund to fund FAA programs and personnel ...


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