US lawmakers are debating how long after Oct. 1 to extend the current FAA authorization, with some senators and House Democrats seeking six months while a leading House Republican is believed to be pushing for less. According to Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.)—the ranking member of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, who is leading his chamber’s caucus in support of the senators—any extension shorter than six months would harm the Airport Improvement ...

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