Laura Ingraham hosted Congressman Bill Shuster.
Shuster said the White House appoints the FAA head and that they can move money around so that air traffic controllers aren't cut. He said the House Transporation Committee is looking to get documents to detail this. He added that cutting the air traffic controllers endangers the public. Ingraham implored Shuster to get the documents quickly to protect the public. Ingraham said 1200 flights were delayed Monday due to the furloughs. Shuster said the White House refused to release their plan for allocating sequester funds.