A transportation funding bill moving through the U.S. Senate includes a provision directing Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao to finalize a ban on voice calls during flights, a ban that ASTA strongly supports. Said provision sponsor Sen. Lamar Alexander (TN), "I would suggest that any Senator who opposes banning cell phone conversations on flights be sentenced to sit next to a loud businessman talking to his girlfriend on a six-hour flight between New York and California...Keeping phone conversations off commercial flights may not be enshrined in the Constitution, but surely it is enshrined in common sense."
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