Aeronautical Repair Station Association

Archive for June, 2013

It’s Just Ugly, Folks

There is nothing pretty or easy about a political process that directly impacts regulations. The Office of Management and Budget, charged with making sure federal rules don’t cost too much money, usually reviews rules within a ninety-day period. Of course, in the case of the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) repair station rule, the deadline has […]

New Gallup Poll is Bad News for Congress, but Good News for Us

The results of a recent Gallup poll reinforce what ARSA’s been saying for a long time: Small business owners are highly credible messengers.

The Big 5-0

A June 16 Wall Street Journal article brings some exciting news: the Affordable Care Act is igniting a small boom in jobs! Unfortunately, those jobs are going to lawyers – lawyers who specialize in regulatory compliance, Medicare, and insurance.

Creating Jobs Throughout the World

When I tell lawmakers and staffers on Capitol Hill about the aviation maintenance industry, most don’t even realize you’re out there.

Repair Station Security Rule: 7 Days & Counting

As ARSA Vice President of Legislative Affairs Daniel Fisher blogged in early April, the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) final repair station security rule is