FAA Furloughs Would End Under Senate Bill

April 25 (Bloomberg) -- Two U.S. senators introduced a bill today to let the Federal Aviation Administration use airport-improvement funds to pay air-traffic controllers, as efforts accelerated to end flight delays caused by forced budget cuts. Peter Cook reports on Bloomberg Television's "Taking Stock." (Source: Bloomberg)
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