House bill seeks to limit TSA emergency rule making

10/7/2009 | AVweb

Five House lawmakers from both sides of the aisle have introduced legislation that would require the TSA to follow normal rule-making procedures in all but the most extreme circumstances. TSA could still issue emergency directives in situations deemed to pose an imminent threat, but regulations enforced for more than 180 days would then be subject to rule-making procedures. All five co-sponsors of the legislation are members of the General Aviation Caucus in the House.

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