Thune’s Bipartisan Aviation Bill Would Keep Airline Passengers Safe
“Airline passengers deserve more transparency, and the future of aviation needs a plan. And we have one in the U.S. Senate.”
WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, today released a brief video outlining his vision for the future of aviation. Thune is the lead sponsor and bill manager of S. 2658, the Federal Aviation Administration Reauthorization Act of 2016, which is under consideration in the Senate this week. Enhancing aviation security has been a priority for Thune, and his amendment that would take important steps toward protecting the traveling public and tightening the vetting process for airport workers was recently added to S. 2658.
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Basketball John is whipping this one hard. Didn’t you run this story already?
Do you suck at basketball? Is that why the “clever” nickname?
Photo op kid here, The empty suit speaks again.
Says the empty pants.
Now that basketball season is over stay out there and get something done.
Whomever filmed this did a terrible job. He’s looking off the screen on the wrong side.
And so cool that he featured Washington National Airport rather than one of his home state airports!!
Where is the discussion on the substance of what was in the article, not all the morning coffee gossip chat?
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