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Airport Policy and Aviation Security Newsletter
Reason Foundation's Airport Policy and Security Newsletter examines the latest airport news and developments. From passenger screening to registered traveler to airport privatization, Reason's Robert Poole analyzes the latest trends and breaking news.
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #12
Topics include: departing Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge's legacy, the Screening Partnership Program, increasingly intrusive airport screenings, new approaches to the Registered Traveller Program, and other news.
December 1, 2004
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #11
Topics include: security flaws identified in the 9/11 Commission report, compensated secondary screening, alternative baggage handling, Congressman Mica's critique of TSA, congressional innumeracy, and other news.
September 1, 2004
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #10
Topics include: access control and perimeter security, explosive detection screening, screening opt-out guidelines, concerns about TSA screeners, and other news.
July 1, 2004
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #9
Topics include: devolution, disaster response, and other security news.
May 1, 2004
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #8
Topics include: developments in airline security, airport baggage screening, and how not to respond to the Madrid bombing.
March 1, 2004
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #7
Topics include: air hassles, risk-based cargo screening, and missile defense.
January 1, 2004
- It’s Time to Let the Wind Energy Production Tax Credit Expire (12/12)
- What to Make of Struggling P3 Toll Roads (12/12)
- Alaska Governor Proposes $3 Billion Towards Paying Down Pension Debts (12/12)
- Baltimore City School District Has Come a Long Way since 2007, but There's Still Work to Be Done (12/11)
- Mileage Based User Fees or Road Usage Charges—Some Thoughtful Commentary (12/9)
What's wrong with Congress? Absolutely nothing, that's what.
The Supreme Court has a chance to strike a blow for innovation and justice.
We shouldn’t have to wait for a city to crumble before it can get control of its debts.
Reason-Rupe Poll: 72 Percent Favor Raising the Minimum Wage but 57 Percent Would Oppose If It Costs Jobs
Americans like the idea of hiking the cost of labor, but only if it doesn't price workers out of jobs.
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