Passenger rights bill passes California assembly

The California Assembly on Thursday passed a measure aimed at ensuring that airline passengers have food, water and working restrooms while they are on a plane delayed three hours or more. The legislation still needs approval by the state Senate. Airlines oppose the legislation. "We will not rule out our right to a legal challenge," an Air Transport Association spokesman said.

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