The Senate passed a cybersecurity bill on Thursday to protect critical infrastructure.
Transportation and Infrastructure
The bill aims to help airline employees receive retirement funds from companies that have gone bankrupt.
The Senate passed two transportation bills through unanimous consent agreements on Tuesday.
The bill says airline security fees cannot exceed $11.20 per round trip flight.
Senators expressed concern that the FAA was taking too long to approve drone test permits.
Senators introduced a bill Thursday to incentivize auto-manufacturing employees to report defects.
The senator said he wants the CEO of General Motors to testify before Congress about faulty parts.
The senator cited the threat from ISIS as a reason the U.S. should reconsider its visa travel agreements.
The senator asked the Federal Highway Administration to investigate potentially dangerous guardrails.
Blumentha said the FTC should stop carmakers from telling consumers that servicing their vehicle outside a dealership voids warranties.