A Quorum

The Canadian Transportation Agency is for the first time assigning single members to hear disputes, saying it anticipates so many new complaints it must cut the size of panels to meet its workload. The agency, which once assigned three-member panels to investigate disputes, said even two-member panels are too costly: “A lot of judges sit alone and still make good decisions.”

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