US House of Representatives adjourned Monday night for a five-week recess with the partial shutdown of FAA unresolved, making it likely that many of the agency's functions will remain unauthorized into September. As a last act before it also goes on recess, the Senate is expected to vote on and pass a bill lifting the US government's debt ceiling Tuesday. It appears that the only way to end the FAA partial shutdown before September would be for the Senate to additionally pass the ...

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