U.S. considers relaxing airport security checks (Chicago Sun-Times)

WASHINGTON -- The federal agency in charge of aviation security is considering major changes in how it screens airline passengers, including proposals that an official said would lift the ban on carrying razor blades and small knives as well as limit pat-down searches.


Posted August 14, 2005

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