A proposal by U.S. House Republicans to privatize the U.S. air traffic control (ATC) system appears to be mostly constitutional, although there could be causes for legal challenges, according to a new report from nonpartisan congressional researchers.  The report by the Congressional Research Service (CRS)—dated July 18 but publicized July 26—comes ahead of expected floor consideration of the so-called 21st Century AIRR Act (H.R. 2997), a controversial FAA reauthorization ...


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