Flying around the sequester
from National Journal
After five years and 23 temporary funding measures, air-travel associations hailed the stability that accompanied passage of the 2012 Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization bill. With $63.4 billion under its belt for the next four years, the FAA can continue work on major projects, like modernizing air traffic control from a radar-based system to one called NextGen, which relies on GPS technology.
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