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It is not yet known what may have caused the outbursts described in the affidavit, officials said. As a captain, he would be required to undergo at least two medical exams within the past year to assess his capabilities to fly. The Federal Aviation Administration said Osbon’s last medical check was in December and there were no prior incidents, accidents or disciplinary actions on his record. But the physicals required by FAA and conducted annually for most and twice a year in other cases are generally less rigorous than those required by big airlines when first hiring a pilot. Doctors must rely on self disclosure by a pilot on questionnaires about any mental health issues. The FAA handles more than 450,000 applications annually for medical certifications, mainly for private flying, agency records show. It would not make a medical official available for an interview. JetBlue said it was in compliance with FAA regulations on pilot health. Although the incident aboard the JetBlue flight was a rarity, pilots say their jobs have become more stressful over the years due to carrier financial and other demands. “Airline pilots are among the most scrutinized professionals there are, way more than doctors. … We’re constantly under the microscope,” retired U.S. Airways pilot Chesley B. “Sully” Sullenberger III, famous for landing his stricken jet in the Hudson River in 2009, said in a telephone interview. JetBlue has one of the industry’s more upbeat corporate cultures, which emphasizes premium customer service. Management has good labor relations with its non-union workers who staff mostly newer Airbus jets. But JetBlue has twice made sensational headlines for lengthy tarmac delays, calling into question its operating decisions in the worst weather. Joyce Hunter, a former account manager with a major airline who is now an associate professor at Saint Xavier University in Chicago, said pilots and flight attendants should have annual evaluations for stress. “This is the issue from the vantage point of why we’re seeing these meltdowns,” said Hunter, who wrote a book titled “Anger in the Air.” The political side of the president may need to draw upon his judicial patience as he awaits a ruling that will help shape the final stages of the presidential race. For all of the fretting by liberals and the tea-leaf reading by legal analysts about the pointed questioning from the justices about the health law, there is but one certainty: There will be substantial political fallout no matter how the court rules. Successful political races, particularly presidential campaigns, are built on planning for every likely outcome. Mitt Romney, should he secure the Republican nomination, would confront tricky political calculations regardless of the ruling, given his role in enacting a health care law in Massachusetts built around the same type of mandate at the heart of the Supreme Court case. But for the White House and the president’s re-election team, the challenge begins immediately. They must publicly defend the law’s constitutionality and push back against suggestions that the battle is already lost, even as they privately piece together a contingency plan if the law – or part of it – is overturned. The early outlines of the plan came into view on Wednesday as the administration aggressively promoted the more popular provisions of the health care law. That offered a glimpse of the next three months, as the court wrestles with its ruling on the most sweeping piece of domestic legislation since Medicare was created in 1965. “It’s foolhardy to try to predict the outcome of this decision based solely on the questions of the judges,” said Josh Earnest, a White House spokesman. He added, “If there is a reason or a need for us to consider some contingencies down the line, then we’ll do it then.” It was two years ago that Mr. Obama stood in the East Room of the White House and signed the health care bill, pausing as his supporters in the crowd sounded the old rallying cry of his presidential race: “Fired up! Ready to go!” Health care had been an important issue in his campaign, but hardly the central thrust. If the Supreme Court strikes down the health care law, Republicans hope to make it a prominent element of their effort to deny him a second term. “It would be a tremendous validation,” Gov. Bob McDonnell of Virginia, a Republican, said in an interview. “A victory in court would say that a trend toward big government solutions out of Washington has a limit and the biggest accomplishment of the Obama administration is unconstitutional.”

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