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FAA Reauthorization Compromise Reached

Congressional leadership announced that a deal has been reached to move forward on a multiyear Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) reauthorization bill in February. Under the agreement, the House and Senate will enact a short-term extension of VISION-100 to give congressional negotiators some time to finalize a final conference report. Final House and Senate passage is expected in the coming weeks. Stay tuned as details of the final legislation unfold.

~~~ posted 1/23/12 ~~~



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