AVIATION CONSUMER ACTION PROJECT, an organization founded in 1971 by Ralph Nader that bills itself as "advocates for the interests of the flying public on issues of safety, security, costs and convenience," last week called for the end of "exemptions or waivers of FAA safety rules without strict congressional oversight and public disclosure." Paul Hudson, executive director of the organization, noted FAA grants airlines and manufacturers "several hundred regulation exemptions each year," ...

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