From EAA: February 26, 2015 – Bipartisan “Pilot’s Bill of Rights II” legislation has been introduced in both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives that would put EAA-supported aeromedical reform into effect along with a number of other protections for pilots and other airmen.
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EAA: Second Pilot’s Bill Of Rights Pushes Long-Awaited Aeromedical Reform Forward
“EAA applauds bipartisan legislation that supports EAA/AOPA efforts.”
AOPA: Medical reform legislation introduced in House, Senate
“The Pilot’s Bill of Rights 2 would allow pilots flying recreationally in a wide range of aircraft to no longer obtain a third class medical certificate. The new bill would allow private pilots to make noncommercial VFR and IFR flights in aircraft weighing up to 6,000 pounds with up to six seats.”