Podcast: U.S. Senator Inhofe on political support for pilot’s bill of rights

July 15, 2011 at 7:29 am | Posted in Aviation Law Current Event | Leave a comment

by Sara M. Langston with the blog faculty

Source: AVweb

Sen. James Inhofe told AVweb this week that his recently introduced bill to give pilots a fairer shake when confronted with an FAA enforcement action is already enjoying wide support in the U.S. Senate, with some 25 co-sponsors and the possibility of more. (Click through for a full list of the co-sponsors.) Moreover, says Inhofe, on the House side, aviation caucus chairman Sam Graves may also consider a House version of the bill — although he hasn’t done so yet, according to spokesman Jason Klindt. [more]

Click here to listen. (7.6 MB, 16:31)

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