Tell Congress to Pass a “Clean” FAA Bill

Help defeat a purely political attack on transportation workers’ voting rights. Congress is close to passing a four-year “FAA Reauthorization” bill, but the proposed legislation contains politically-motivated provisions inserted by House Republicans to hamper airline and railroad workers’ rights in union representation elections. These changes are unnecessary and have absolutely nothing to do with aviation safety or job creation.

Click here to send a message to your Senators and member of Congress to vote “NO” on S. 223/H.R. 658 and insist on a “clean” FAA Reauthorization bill instead.

For years, Congress has tried to pass a long-term funding bill, known as “FAA Reauthorization,” that would provide stable funding for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and allow it to focus on modernizing the nation’s air traffic control system, rebuild the nation’s airports and keep air travel the safest in the world. But each time the bill gets close to passage, special interests attach unrelated conditions that prevent passage of a “clean” long-term bill.

Congress could vote soon on the flawed proposal, please contact your Senators and Representative immediately.