AMA continues to meet with congressional committees to advocate on behalf of the model aircraft community. Recently, AMA had meetings with the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, the Senate Commerce Committee, and the Chair of the Subcommittee on Aviation and Space, Senator Kyrsten Sinema. These meetings included updates on the upcoming implementation of Remote ID, The Recreational UAS Safety Test (TRUST), as well as further details on the test requirements.
AMA will continue to meet with the appropriate congressional committees and offices to advocate for our hobby and receive updates on laws and legislation. Additionally, AMA remains in continual contact with the FAA discussing various laws and legislation, club matters, and advocacy efforts.
To remain current with the most recent government-related news, regularly visit the AMA Government Affairs blog.
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