The Small Business Administration says the FAA needs to do more homework before it can certify that its proposed drug and alcohol testing rules will not have substantial adverse impact on small businesses that have only a peripheral involvement in aviation. A supplemental notice of proposed rulemaking (SNPRM) the FAA released in May requires that entities performing safety-sensitive functions for certain FAA-certificated repair stations, including contractors or subcontractors, comply ...

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