FAA Gets Four-Month Reprieve After Senate Passes Funding Bill

For the next four months the FAA can operate without worrying that lawmakers will shutter its operations. After press time Thursday, Senate leaders reached a deal to pass the FAA reauthorization extension that had been held up by Sen. Tom Coburn (R-Okla.) for what he believes is frivolous spending...

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