The US House of Representatives on Friday passed a four-year, $59.7 billion FAA reauthorization bill by a 223-196 vote, setting the stage for negotiations with the Senate to attempt to craft a final bill that could pass both chambers of Congress and be signed into law by President Barack Obama. The bill passed Friday is largely along the lines of the legislation cleared by the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee in February (ATW Daily News, Feb.18). Negotiations ahead could ...

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