A federal judge on Jan. 15 declined to issue a temporary restraining order sought by the National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) to compel the US government to pay controllers who are required to work during the current funding shutdown.  US District Court Judge Richard Leon denied the NATCA request and a restraining order sought by the National Treasury Employees Union, but scheduled a Jan. 31 hearing for arguments on their separate motions for a preliminary ...

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