Anyone with a recognized disability should. Including those with autism.
AND THEY ALREADY DO
You are required to undergo screening at the checkpoint by technology or a pat-down. If your TSA Pre✓® designation has been verified at a participating airport, you do not need to remove shoes, laptops, 3-1-1 liquids, belts, or light jackets during the screening process. However, if you are required to undergo additional screening for any reason, a pat-down may be required, which includes the removal of items such as shoes, belts, or light jackets. Also, TSA officers may swab your hands, mobility aids, equipment and other external medical devices to test for explosives using explosives trace detection technology.
Travelers with disabilities with TSA Pre✓® on their boarding passes will receive TSA Pre✓® on-person screening
when screened in a standard lane for any reason. This may happen when the TSA Pre✓® lane is closed, for example. Carry-on baggage and other accessible property will undergo standard screening in standard lanes, including removal of laptops, 3-1-1- liquids, and CPAP/BPAP equipment.
This legislation is little more than a #MAGA attempt to buy the votes of veterans.