The U.S. Senate has unanimously agreed to legislation reauthorizing and extending funding for the Federal Aviation Administration for the next six months, sending the bill to President Barack Obama to be signed into law. Senators agreed to the bill, H.R. 3614, the Airport and Airway Extension Act, by unanimous consent, without debate or changes, after the House of Representatives had passed the bill by voice vote on Monday. The legislation provides a “clean” extension of the FAA’s current authorization and funding, currently set to expire at the end of September, for an additional six months through to the end of

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