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    Default FAA re-authorization and General Aviation

    Pilots might want to take the time to send a note to their representatives.

    http://www.politico.com/agenda/story...ization-000022

    A quick review of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee website did not return a current bill in for committee review or development. However, there is this press release from last summer that contains the ideas being considered.

    http://transportation.house.gov/uplo...principles.pdf

    They will either punt the ball further down the road like last fall, or might actually get something done to someone's determent.

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    Thanks for posting, read through it but I'm not convinced this is the wrong way to fix it. Hard to imagine someone running things less effeciently than the federal government.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BQuad View Post
    ...Hard to imagine someone running things less effeciently than the federal government.
    Can't argue with that, as long as it doesn't turn into a hybrid like the Post Office.
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