House Republicans are expected to unveil legislation Wednesday that would transfer oversight of the the nation’s air traffic control system from the Federal Aviation Administration to a new, independent entity. But Rep. Hal Rogers, a senior Kentucky Republican, opposes that plan.
House Republicans are expected to unveil legislation Wednesday that would transfer oversight of the the nation’s air traffic control system from the Federal Aviation Administration to a new, independent entity. But Rep. Hal Rogers, a senior Kentucky Republican, opposes that plan. Julio Cortez AP
House Republicans are expected to unveil legislation Wednesday that would transfer oversight of the the nation’s air traffic control system from the Federal Aviation Administration to a new, independent entity. But Rep. Hal Rogers, a senior Kentucky Republican, opposes that plan. Julio Cortez AP

Kentucky Rep. Rogers: Don’t separate air traffic control from FAA

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