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Sen. Inhofe to discuss Pilot's Bill of Rights 2 Saturday

Sen. James Inhofe (R-Oklahoma) has a forum set for tomorrow to talk about the Pilot’s Bill of Rights 2.

Sen. Inhofe to discuss Pilot’s Bill of Rights 2 SaturdayJuly 23, 2015 - On Saturday, July 25, Sen. James Inhofe (R-Oklahoma) will discuss the Pilot’s Bill of Rights 2 (PBOR2) at 10 a.m., Forum Building 1, in the Honda Forums Plaza.

“I’m looking forward to my 36th trip to Oshkosh and spending time with the many in the general aviation community who have become close friends over the past few decades,” he said. “It was just three years ago that we were celebrating at Oshkosh the passage of the Pilot’s Bill of Rights and it being signed into law. This was overdue reform in general aviation policy, and it became quickly evident that the job was not yet finished.”

Inhofe thus introduced PBOR2 in the current (114th) Congress, a bill incorporating feedback from more than 400 Georgia aviators who “wrote into my office regarding issues that still need to be resolved in general aviation policy,” Inhofe stated.

The bipartisan bill now has 54 sponsors in the Senate, including 43 Republicans and 11 Democrats.

“I look forward to hosting a forum at 10 a.m. on Saturday at Forum Stage 1 to share about this legislation. I encourage all who have questions, concerns, or general feedback to join me as we discuss next steps for PBOR2 in the Senate.”

PBOR2 Co-sponsors Republicans

John Barrasso (Wyoming)

Roy Blunt (Missouri)

John Boozman (Arkansas)

Richard Burr (North Carolina)

Shelley Moore Capito (West Virginia)

Bill Cassidy (Louisiana)

Daniel Coats (Indiana)

Thad Cochran (Mississippi)

John Cornyn (Texas)

Tom Cotton (Arkansas)

Mike Crapo (Idaho)

Steve Daines (Montana)

Michael Enzi (Wyoming)

Joni Ernst (Iowa)

Deb Fischer (Nebraska)

Jeff Flake (Arizona)

Cory Gardner (Colorado)

Chuck Grassley (Iowa)

Orrin Hatch (Utah)

Dean Heller (Nevada)

John Hoeven (North Dakota)

James Inhofe (Oklahoma)

Johnny Isakson (Georgia)

Ron Johnson (Wisconsin)

Mark Kirk (Illinois)

James Lankford (Oklahoma)

Mike Lee (Utah)

Jerry Moran (Kansas)

Lisa Murkowski (Alaska)

Rand Paul (Kentucky)

David Perdue (Georgia)

James Risch (Idaho)

Pat Roberts (Kansas)

Mike Rounds (South Dakota)

Marco Rubio (Florida)

Tim Scott (South Carolina)

Jeff Sessions (Alabama)

Richard Shelby (Alabama)

Daniel Sullivan (Alaska)

Thom Tillis (North Carolina)

Patrick Toomey (Pennsylvania)

David Vitter (Louisiana)

Roger Wicker (Mississippi)

Democrats

Tammy Baldwin (Wisconsin)

Sherrod Brown (Ohio)

Robert Casey (Pennsylvania)

Christopher Coons (Delaware)

Heidi Heitkamp (North Dakota)

Angus King (Maine)

Joe Manchin III (West Virginia)

Jeanne Shaheen (New Hampshire)

Jon Tester (Montana)

Elizabeth Warren (Massachusetts)

Ron Wyden (Oregon)        

 

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