Lawmakers Looking At Air Travel Changes
Lawmakers Looking at Air Travel Changes
WASHINGTON, D.C., – Roughly 3.5 million people will fly during the July 4th holiday, according to AAA.
Many more will take vacations throughout the summer.When Lawmakers get back to Washington, D.C., the House and Senate will each consider their versions of the FAA Reauthorization Act.
The biggest debate may be about privatizing air traffic control, but some lawmakers are focusing on other issues included in the bills that could impact future vacations.Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Illinois, is working to make airports more accommodating for mothers. She wants to require mid-to-large size airports to have private nursing room in each …