House passes legislation overhauling FAA safety procedures

The House of Representatives passed a bill overhauling FAA safety measures, following last year's disclosure that the FAA allowed Southwest to fly planes overdue for mandatory inspections. The new measures require the FAA to rotate inspectors among airlines and to establish an independent group to hear the safety concerns of FAA employees. The bill, advocated by the Transportation Department, now moves to the Senate.

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