Another bill the White House has threatened to veto has stalled in the Senate. Failure to bring the FAA reauthorization bill up for a vote means Congress will have to pass another extension for the agency. FAA fee-collecting authority, which expired at the start of Fiscal 2008, on Oct. 1, 2007, has been extended four times; the latest extension ends June 30. Republicans balked at Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s plan to pass the long-delayed bill loaded with non-aviation matters. Sen. Kay ...

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