FAA considers paying furloughed air traffic controllers

05/8/2013 | Washington Post, The

The Federal Aviation Administration could pay air traffic controllers who were forced to take unpaid leave for a furlough day. "The FAA is still reviewing its options for guidance to employees who were furloughed for one day," spokeswoman Laura J. Brown said. The agency also could allow employees to substitute one day of paid leave for the furlough day.

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