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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.
Reason Foundation Air-Security E-News
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #22
Topics include: Registered Traveler finally going national; TSA conflict of interest; a potential airport opt-out in Key West; the boarding pass loophole; upgrading carry-on screening; and other news.
December 1, 2006
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #21
Topics include: what to do about liquid explosives; alternatives to checked baggage; fine-tuning air cargo security; and Registered Traveler
September 1, 2006
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #20
Topics include: dealing with the missile threat to airliners; "bad object" follies continue; checkpoint explosives screening; and registered traveler progress.
August 1, 2006
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #19
Topics include: cargo container screening; explosives vs. knives in passenger screening; devolving screening functions; and registered traveler progress.
May 1, 2006
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #18
Topics include: backsliding on Registered Traveler; getting serious about risk-based policy; protecting airport perimeters; fixing baggage screening; and notes & quotes.
March 1, 2006
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #17
Topics include: new Reason study calling for rethinking TSA's role; registered traveler ramp up; muddled thinking on carry-on revisions; a new tool for protecting airport perimeters; and other news.
January 1, 2006
- How to Avoid Closing Washington State Parks (5/17)
- Give Managed Lane Conversions Time (5/16)
- Why is the CDC Being Anti-Science on State Liquor Privatization? (5/14)
- Louisiana Republicans Introduce Bills to Replicate Massachusetts's Pro-Union, Anti-Privatization “Pacheco Law” (5/9)
- 40th Anniversary of the Rockefeller Drug Laws: Time to Re-think Sentencing Policy (5/8)
Regulation is coming.
Whatever happened to "Congress shall make no law"?
How D.C. Bureaucracy Stifles Anacostia
Equating the two is like concluding that babies are like poisonous snakes because some of them have rattles.
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