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house Bill H.R. 4549

Does the TSA Need to Provide Screenings at Airports that Bring Back Passenger Flights?

Argument in favor

Small airports are the most convenient air travel option for many Americans who may live several hours away from a larger hub. If an airline wants to serve that airport and its consumers who haven’t had service, the TSA shouldn’t stand in the way by withholding security screenings.

GrumpyMSgt's Opinion
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04/12/2016
Yes! What an opportunity for returning military dogs and handlers! Show the laughable TSA how it's done.
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J's Opinion
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04/11/2016
The TSA is a boon-doggle, private security could handle small airports.
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Arthur's Opinion
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04/26/2016
TSA needs to become more efficient in their operations at both large airports and small
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Argument opposed

If an airport has already lost passenger service once, it might be difficult to maintain service once its restored. The TSA shouldn’t allow service to return to small airports because the agency needs to save money, even if that inconveniences air traveling locals.

Patrick's Opinion
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04/13/2016
In fact the TSA is a totally useless agency which should be abolished. Airports and airlines should be responsible for all security.
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Mart's Opinion
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04/12/2016
But, not for the reason presented here on this post. TSA is incompetent, let airports decide to provide services, flight or searches.
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resistor's Opinion
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06/01/2016
If I recall correctly, a recent IG report indicated that the TSA failed to find 90% of contraband concealed in test baggage at major airports. What could possibly be the point in spreading this farce elsewhere?
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