TSA in talks of changing the game

The Transportation Security Administration is considering eliminating passenger screening at more than 150 small and medium-sized airports across the US, according to senior agency officials and internal documents obtained by CNN.

That means if you go through an airport that services small and medium airplanes, which is 60 seats or less, they would stop screening as they have been for almost 20 years.  This could make a "small (non-zero) undesirable increase in risk related to additional adversary opportunity."  The reason they are moving towards this is they say, it could save $115 million annually. 

How do you feel about that?


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