State attorneys general should be allowed to protect consumers

Air travelers' complaints fall through the cracks in part because the Department of Transportation doesn't have enough resources, and because many consumers file airline complaints with their state because that's how the process works with most industries -- but not airlines.

State attorneys general should be empowered to protect consumers by enforcing laws as well, as they can do for nearly every other industry.

Subject: Allow state attorneys general to enforce consumer protection laws involving airlines