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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Congress acts to protect model aviation from burdensome regulation

Both the House of Representatives and the Senate passed the first FAA Reauthorization legislation in several years, including an amendment aimed at protecting model aviation from what AMA views as burdensome federal regulations. "This is a great victory for aeromodeling," said AMA president, Bob Brown, "and much of the reason for this success is due to AMA members who sent letters of concern to Congress last year. Thanks to all of you, we've been heard and our flying privileges have been protected."

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