Planes Over Manhattan Not the Best Idea, Pataki Finally Realizes

Cory Lidle’s death yesterday was a tragedy. But some good might come from it. A mere five years after 9/11, as New York’s Chris Smith reports, it finally prompted Governor George Pataki to ask the FAA to ban uncharted private aircraft from flying over the city. Smith has Pataki’s statement in Early and Often.

Lidle Tragedy Wakes Pataki From Slumber [Early and Often]