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Carry-On Baggage Next on Illinois Rep's Agenda

Three-term U.S. Congressman Dan Lipinski (D-Ill.) this month introduced a bill that would impose a federal limit on the size of baggage allowed to be carried by passengers boarding aircraft.  It sounds like while jet-setting to and from the nation's capital, the Congressman has been somewhat inconvenienced in the past: "The passengers who board the plane last often don't have any place to stow their carry-ons because the people who got on first fill the overhead bins with oversize roll-on bags," Lipinski said. 

Instead of arriving for flights earlier to secure overhead space, let's introduce some legislation!  While we're on the subject, can we ban carry-on luggage from being stowed beneath seats?  Air travelers should have a right to overhead compartment space and adequate leg room!
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If you're interested, get out your tape measure and read the full story to see if Rep. Lipinski would deem your carry-on acceptable. 


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