The US Senate rejected a proposal Thursday that would have regulated a minimum seat size on US airline aircraft. The proposal, made by New York Democrat Senator Charles Schumer, was latched to the FAA reauthorization bill that is moving through Congress. The seat proposal was rejected 54-42, with Democrats largely supporting the proposal and most Republicans opposing it. A similar proposal made in February in a US House transportation committee meeting was also rejected. Schumer ...

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