AVweb Podcast: Monday, June 5, 2006

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The FAA may impose its contract on controllers today, Congress will vote on the matter Wednesday; there are fewer certificated pilots and student pilots, AOPA is invoking countermeasures; a small SoCal airport may raise hangar rents by one third; the FAA is slowing progress in wind turbine expansion; a Piper Dakota may have broken up in flight; new registration rules are complicating sales; a single-engine pilot had to land with a snake; a Learjet owned by a company owned by Pat Robertson crashed. Hear these stories and more in today's podcast.