The Senate last week approved legislation on a voice vote that would extend through June 30 the laws authorizing and funding Federal Aviation Administration programs at current levels, including authority to provide new grants to airports for improvement projects.

Senate approval of the bill late Wednesday came after the House approved the legislation on Tuesday. The stopgap funding measure now goes to President Bush, who is expected to sign the bill before the current extension expires at the end of the month.

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