Vice President Al Gore's Commission on Aviation Safety and Security has proffered recommendations aimed at quickly improving airline and airport security. Among the proposals: install sophisticated bomb equipment at the nation's major airports, increase background checks for all airline employees, require detailed manifests, match all baggage to passengers and improve baggage screening. Lobbyists are worried about who would pay for implementing the plans of the commission, which was created ...

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