The US House of Representatives Transportation and Infrastructure Committee on Wednesday passed the FAA reauthorization bill introduced last week by Chairman John Mica (R-Fla.) (ATW Daily News, Feb. 15), sending it to the House floor for consideration. The four-year, $59.7 billion bill cleared the committee by a 34-25 vote. "This is a job-creating, fiscally responsible bill which saves $4 billion by streamlining and consolidating FAA programs and facilities, increasing the use of ...

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