Sens. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) and Jim Risch (R-Idaho) are continuing their push for answers to why law enforcement, at the direction of Customs and Border Protection, has been detaining and searching general aviation aircraft flying within the U.S. The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, which had received more than 40 reports of such stops, turned to Congress for help on the issue after it received no response from government officials on why they were occurring. Roberts, Risch and six ...
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