Washington (CNN) - Lawmakers are expected to take up a proposal Friday aimed at ending budget-related air traffic controller furloughs that have been blamed for widespread flight delays.
The U.S. Senate approved the measure Thursday. The House of Representatives is set to vote Friday, ending a major effort by both chambers as delays snarled traffic at airports.
The bipartisan agreement giving Transportation Department budget planners new flexibility for dealing with forced spending cuts cleared the chamber unanimously.
This morning on "Starting Point," CNN's Zain Asher reports on federal government efforts to fix travel delays and recaps delays expected today at the nation's airports.
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