ARSA challenges FAA's delay in complying with court order
from Aeronautical Repair Station Association
The Aeronautical Repair Station Association took the Federal Aviation Administration to task for its failure to abide by a court mandate to perform a required Regulatory Flexibility Act, or RFA, analysis of its 2006 drug and alcohol testing rules. In the more than three years that have passed since the courts decision, the FAA made no effort to accomplish the required RFA analysis. Because of that delay, ARSA took the rare action of filing a formal request with the court to compel the FAA to fulfill its legal obligation.
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