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Airline Security Goes Federal; Travelers Help Pay The Bill

President Bush has signed into law a bill that hands over many airline security issues to the federal government. Government workers will take charge of passenger and baggage screening operations, reports the Associated Press. The 28,000 privately employed screeners already in place in the nation’s airports will be put on the federal payroll.

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