US Senate ended debate on FAA reauthorization legislation without voting on the bill yesterday, likely ending any chance the agency will receive a new authorization before a new President takes office in January. The chamber last week took up long-stalled legislation to fund and modernize FAA, including establishing a budget for building a satellite-based ATC system, but senators began arguing over amendments and rules of debate once it officially was introduced (ATWOnline, May 2). Yesterday ...

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