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Truth in Airline Pricing Proposals Withdrawn by the Department of Transportation

Two notices of proposed rulemakings by the Department of Transportation of the United States — which were originally designed to help consumers — were withdrawn yesterday, Thursday, December 7, 2017 “because they are of limited public benefit” and “as part of the Administration’s effort to reduce regulation and control regulatory costs”. The two notices were as follows.
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