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Long Day’s Journey into Flight

by Pete Sepp / /

“For years, many taxpayers were relieved when the House or Senate stood in recess,” says Pete Sepp, president of the National Taxpayers Union. “At least it meant that a number of ill-crafted tax and budget policies would be stalled. Now it’s the other way around. The days the House has to act on many pro-taxpayer reforms are dwindling. One example: air-traffic-control reform as part of the FAA re-authorization. Fiscal conservatives have struggled to pass this reform for years. The trouble is, the FAA’s current authorization expires on September 30. That means there will only be a few days for the House to act when it returns. Otherwise, we face the prospect of a bare-bones temporary extension. Not appetizing, to say the least!”

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