Don't Gamble With Aviation Safety: Keep the Government Open

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While the longest government shutdown in history ended on January 25, 2019, it is only a temporary reprieve. The 800,000 federal employees who worked for over a month without pay, or were furloughed, may face the same stressful situation and financial uncertainty when the current continuing resolution expires at midnight, February 15, 2019.

Tell Congress to keep the government open and unfreeze federal employee pay for FY2019. If the House and Senate don't take legislative action to increase federal employee pay, your pay will be frozen outside of the FAA contracts. Contact your members of Congress NOW!

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