Congress Wants To Increase Legroom On Airplanes

I'm glad to see our elected officials take on matters that people really care about.

There is a report that says Congress is looking at a bill that would require a minimum amount of LEGROOM on airplanes!

The average space for legroom went from 35 inches to LESS than 30 inches. Airlines do this to squeeze in more seats, and make more money.

The bill will also prevent airlines from bumping overbooked passengers from flights after they have boarded, expand the availability of PreCheck security screening, AND would force larger airports to have private nursing rooms for new mothers.

The bill will also make "reasonable" standards for service animals.

The deadline for Congress to pass this bill is this Sunday.

Full Story & Credit: HERE

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