- Newsmaker: FAA Reports Airport Schedules Beyond Capacity - The Federal Aviation Administration has reported that airlines schedule more flights at busy airports than runways can handle, especially in bad weather. Business Week's Michael Arndt says congestion is unlikely to abate with airlines responding to increased travel demands and neighbors blocking much needed airport expansion.
- Reporter's Notebook: Election Reform - After last year's presidential election spectacle in Florida, legislators all over the US introduced reform bills. There was even talk of a uniform national ballot. Today, Thomas Mann, of the Brookings Institution, calls prospects for immediate national election reform unlikely because of shared governance of state, local and federal authorities.
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