Airlines for America, which counts American, United, Delta, Southwest, JetBlue, Hawaiian and Alaska passenger airlines among its members, said in response to a question about the proposed rule that its members already disclose a variety of fares.
“A4A’s member passenger airlines, which are fierce competitors, already offer transparency to consumers from first search to landing,” USA Airlines for America said in an email. “A4A passenger carriers provide details on the breakdown of airfares on their websites, providing clarity to consumers about the total cost of a ticket. stop, return tickets”.
On the health policy front, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced that they would make nursing home ownership data public, and this nursing home ownership data could be linked to data identifying nursing home performance. of elderly under common ownership.
This is part of a larger effort to shed light on what’s going on in federally funded nursing homes. The COVID-19 pandemic exposed broader structural problems in federally funded nursing homes, from poor quality of care to understaffing. Nursing homes had one of the worst mortality rates during the pandemic.
Meanwhile, the Department of Agriculture was announcing initiatives that include an effort to partner with state attorneys general to increase investigations of anticompetitive practices.