House Panel Stops Body Scanner Buys

The House Appropriations homeland security subcommittee is recommending the U.S. government stop buying full-body scanners in fiscal 2012, according to a draft of the panel’s spending bill. The move would save the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) $76 million on Advanced Imaging...

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