Safety Board to ‘Let Things Go’ Without Cash, Chief SaysJulianna Goldman and Bernard Kohn
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board, handling the most accident investigations since the 1990s, is “going to have to let some things go” if budget cuts aren’t restored, Chairman Deborah Hersman said.
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