The US Senate has passed a transportation funding bill for fiscal year 2020, although doubts remain about whether Congress can complete the appropriations process before a Nov. 21 deadline to fund the federal government.  The bill to fund the Department of Transportation (DOT), which houses the FAA, was passed as part of a minibus spending package with three other appropriations bills. If Congress cannot get all 12 spending bills across President Donald Trump’s desk by Nov. 21, ...

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