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April 30, 2013

‘The Daily Show’ Explains Why Congress Worked Together To End FAA Furloughs

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Written by: Jason Rabinowitz
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Typically, it takes months for Congress to come to any sort of meaningful bipartisan decision. Last week, however, Congress managed to fix the FAA furloughs in a matter of days. Why? ‘The Daily Show’ takes a look.

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