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US DOT Grounds Airline Fee Rule in a Blow to Consumers

US DOT Grounds Airline Fee Rule in a Blow to Consumers

The U.S. Transportation Department surprised the travel world last month by suspending the creation of an important new consumer-protection regulation.
At issue was a Supplemental Notice of Proposed Rulemaking—a precursor to creating a federal regulation—ordered in the waning days of the Obama administration. Basically, it’s a request for comment published in the Federal Register when the government has made a change to a regulation that’s under consideration.
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