Opposition to the US Dept. of Transportation's proposal to ease how it interprets foreign control of a US airline (ATWOnline, Nov. 4) is rising in Congress. Last week, Reps. James Oberstar (D-Minn.) and Frank LoBiondo (R-N.J.) introduced legislation in the House of Representatives aimed at preventing or at least delaying DOT from finalizing its Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. "For the past 65 years, the government. . .has required that US citizens have actual control over all management ...

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