The U.S. House of Representatives has unanimously passed a bill to revitalize the general aviation industry by setting the ground rules -- and a deadline -- for the FAA as it updates small-aircraft certification regulations. "Across the board, there's too much regulation and too much uncertainty because of Washington these days," said co-sponsor Rep. Sam Graves, R-Mo. "General aviation is no exception. This bill will make flying easier, safer and more cost-effective."
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