FAA Drug, Alcohol Testing Push Stuck Between U.S. Mandate, International Law

The congressional mandate that FAA impose drug and alcohol testing standards on some workers at foreign repair stations has the agency between a rock and a hard place: opponents say the requirements would be unnecessary or illegal, while many U.S.-based entities believe the playing field can’t be...

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