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The involuntary bumping of flyers is likely to be outlawed

SOMETIMES an injustice can unite a divided nation. In America it seems that a United Airlines scandal, in which a paying passenger was dragged from an overbooked flight to make way for airline staff, was such a moment. Congress is on the verge of passing bipartisan legislation in response to the incident. This virtually never happens.
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