Washington Considering that some form of new mandate was unavoidable, the vast majority of those affected by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) long-awaited repair station security rule couldn't be more pleased. After a years-long wait and considerable gnashing of teeth, TSA in mid-January published a final rule that showed the deliberations—much of it over the draft version issued in 2009—were not in vain. The rule, which satisfied a decade-old congressional ...
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