Prospects for a quick resolution to the partial shutdown of US FAA appeared dim Tuesday with arguing lawmakers holding firm and Congress's focus largely centered on the more high-profile debate over lifting the country's debt ceiling. House of Representatives Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chairman John Mica (R-Fla.) continued to maintain that the FAA funding extension passed last week by the House, which included cuts to the Essential Air Service program, represents ...

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