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White House 'open' to flexibility in FAA cuts

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House now says it's willing to consider legislation that would give the administration the budget-cutting flexibility to avoid furloughs of air traffic controllers. Those furloughs could result in widespread air traffic delays. White House spokesman Jay Carney says that if Congress wants to address the effect of automatic spending cuts on the Federal Aviation...

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