Amid conflicting characterizations of the vote count in the US House of Representatives for Rep. Bill Shuster’s air traffic control (ATC) reform proposal, Congress is debating how to extend FAA’s authorization, which expires Sept. 30. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee chairman Shuster (R-Pennsylvania) and his allies, which include the White House, are pushing hard to whip enough votes in the House to pass Shuster’s multiyear FAA reauthorization bill that ...

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