Obama urges Congress to move forward with FAA legislation

09/1/2011 | Las Vegas Review-Journal · CNBC · Washington Post, The

President Barack Obama has said he doesn't want the congressional gridlock that forced the recent partial shutdown of the Federal Aviation Administration to be repeated when lawmakers return from recess. Congress eventually renewed the FAA's legal authority, which comes up for another renewal Sept. 16. In a response from Rep. John Mica, R-Fla., chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, said he wanted to meet with House GOP leaders before agreeing to a short-term FAA extension.

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