Low-Cost Airlines Seek Supreme Court Intervention On New DOT Rules

The U.S. Supreme Court should agree to hear a challenge to some of the U.S. Transportation Department’s (DOT’s) new passenger rights rules “to vindicate the First Amendment and Congress’s mani­fest intent to deregulate—not re-regulate—the airline industry,” three low-cost airlines argue in a joint...

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