Groups representing foreign repair stations are questioning how the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and FAA would enforce heightened security of those stations lawmakers proposed last week. Language in the Aviation Security Technical Corrections and Improvement Act approved by the House Transportation Committee mandates that TSA and FAA develop security rules for foreign repair stations and then conduct audits to make sure stations meet the guidelines. "The bill is so ...
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