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Airlines would be required to provide notice to travelers that their flights may be disturbed by passengers making phone calls.
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Sheldon Adelson, Paul Singer and Steve Schwarzman all gave multimillion dollar donations to the PAC.
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After nearly a month away from the spotlight, Clinton returned to Capitol Hill for the first time since the election, albeit not in the way she planned.
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