Though the US Congress has gone on recess for the rest of the month without resolving the FAA partial shutdown, there is a legislative avenue to bring agency operations back to full strength before September (ATW Daily News, Aug. 3). To prevent President Barack Obama, a Democrat, from making "recess appointments"—a maneuver often used by US presidents to put executive branch officials in positions for which the Senate is unwilling to confirm them—the ...

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