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House To Recess After Debt Vote, Even Though FAA Shutdown Is Forcing Inspectors To Work Without Pay

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House To Recess After Debt Vote, Even Though FAA Shutdown Is Forcing Inspectors To Work Without Pay

Post by Guest on Mon Aug 01, 2011 11:09 pm

With all eyes in Washington focused on the debt ceiling debate, little has been made of another costly impasse. Republicans have refused to re-authorize the Federal Aviation Administration without including an anti-union measure in the deal, leaving the FAA in the midst of a costly 10-day shutdown that has forced it to furlough more than 4,000 workers nationwide.

Now, with Congressional leaders seemingly close to ending their fight over the debt ceiling, House Minority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) announced today that the House will begin its August recess after it votes on the debt deal later today. That means the FAA shutdown, which began July 22, will likely last at least another month.


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