Airports that upgrade security checkpoints would continue to have exit lanes staffed by Transportation Security Administration (TSA) personnel under the House Appropriations Subcommittee’s draft fiscal year 2015 spending bill for the Department of Homeland Security approved May 28. The provision, contained in Section 555 of the draft bill, essentially prohibits TSA from spending any of its money if it forces airports to take back exit-lane screening duties that the agency inherited ...
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