US Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) said Thursday afternoon that a "bipartisan compromise" between House of Representatives' Republicans and Senate Democrats was brokered to end the partial shutdown of FAA that has halted airport construction projects across the US for nearly two weeks. Based on limited public statements and details, the Senate (with as few as two members present) will Friday pass by unanimous consent (ATW Daily News, Aug. 4) the FAA funding ...

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