House to vote on easing FAA furloughs
WASHINGTON - The House could vote today on a measure intended to bring relief to airline passengers whose flights have been delayed all this week.
The Senate last night approved the legislation to end cost-cutting furloughs air traffic controllers have had to take since Sunday.
The bill would transfer $253 million from other programs.
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