The US House of Representatives passed a four-year, $63.3 billion FAA reauthorization bill by a 248-169 vote Friday.
The US House of Representatives passed a four-year, $63.3 billion FAA reauthorization bill by a 248-169 vote Friday. With the Senate expected to take up and pass the bill Monday, more than four years of wrangling in Congress over funding FAA appears finally to be nearing an end. The bill passed Friday by the House was rooted in a compromise over airline unionization voting rules reached last month between Senate majority leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and House speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) ...
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