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Senate To Vote On Bill That Could Kick TSA Out Of Airports

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Senate To Vote On Bill That Could Kick TSA Out Of Airports


02-06-2012  •  www.prisonplanet.com 

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
Monday, February 6, 2012

Following House approval of the measure on Friday, the Senate is set to vote today on legislation that would allow U.S. airports to replace TSA workers with screeners from private companies, a move that could spell the beginning of the end for the highly unpopular federal agency’s role in airport security.

“The U.S. agency must allow airports to switch to private companies for screeners unless it can show the move wouldn’t be cost-effective and would be detrimental to security, according to the legislation, which if passed will go to President Barack Obama for his signature,” reports Businessweek.

“They’ve been trying to force the door open for several years,” Jeff Price, a Denver-based consultant who has written a textbook on aviation security, said of U.S. lawmakers. “It reverses the burden of proof. It is definitely trying to checkmate the TSA.”

 
 
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