Air traffic controllers in Central Texas were relieved after Congress approved a bill Friday that will stop employee furloughs but said they remain worried about the future of their jobs.
The $253 million bill only keeps Austin air traffic controllers working full-time until September, the end of the fiscal year. Air traffic controllers in San Marcos and Georgetown — who work at privately-owned towers that receive federal funding — are not sure they will have a job after June 15.
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