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Spending cuts mean fewer flights, longer airport waits

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Air travelers will see fewer flights and longer wait times in airport security lines if Congress fails to reach a spending deal by week's end, Virginia lawmakers warned Monday. That's because the so-called sequester would force the Federal Aviation Administration to cut $600 million from its budget, resulting in employee furloughs and facility closures that could delay -- or even cancel --...

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