US FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt told the House of Representatives Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Tuesday that "the failure to enact long-term, comprehensive" FAA reauthorization legislation, stalled in Congress since 2007, "has had troubling impacts." FAA's authorization officially expired on Sept. 30, 2007, and it has since operated via a series of 17 temporary extensions cleared by Congress, the latest of which expires March 31. "There is ...

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