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American Airlines CEO Doug Parker on federal aid: "We need laws, not bills"

CBS News Sunday, 27 September 2020
As lawmakers remain at an impasse over extending aid to airlines, CEO Doug Parker says the industry "just need[s] the bills to be laws."
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