Washington Post: Air traffic control regulations violated
Regulations meant to keep air traffic controllers from dozing off on duty have been violated thousands of times, according to The Washington Post.
Those rules were put into place after several controllers fell asleep on the job putting lives in the air and on the ground in danger.
Watch Richard Reeve's report on the regulations meant to give air traffic controllers more time off between shifts.
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