The US House of Representatives has passed a bill that would reverse a Department of Transportation (DOT) rule requiring airlines to include taxes in displayed airfares. The bill, the “Transparent Airfares Act of 2014,” passed Monday by voice vote with wide bipartisan support; there was no objection raised to passing the legislation. The Senate would still have to pass the bill and President Barack Obama would have to sign it to officially overturn the DOT rule. US lawmakers are ...

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