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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 #63
TSA's incoherent screening policy, airport recommendations from LaHood, the case for profiling, and more
December 10, 2010
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #62
Fighting the last war on air cargo, detecting bombs in bodies, registered travelers vs. trusted travelers, and more
November 1, 2010
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #61
Privatizing Ontario International, Air Marshals in First Class, and More Doubts on Body Scanners
October 14, 2010
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #60
Tarmac delays and canceled flights, taking airport privatization seriously, and pathetic perimeter security
September 14, 2010
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #59
Belly cargo screening deadline, congestion pricing and TSA security hassles
July 19, 2010
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #58
Airport capacity crunch, registered traveler program and body scanners for screening
June 30, 2010
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #57
Risk-based security for incoming travelers, registered traveler and Midway privatization
May 7, 2010
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #56
FAA reauthorization, body scanners and slots at LaGuardia and Reagan
April 30, 2010
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #55
Who should pay for airport security? Airport-Airline relationships, LAX and Branson
March 29, 2010
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #54
Divided airport security, body scan machines and improving terrorist watch lists
February 26, 2010
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #53
Refocusing aviation security, Gwinnett County airport privatization, unionization of TSA screeners, and more
January 7, 2010
- California 2014 High Speed Rail Business Plan Is Off Track (3/6)
- The Intentionally Unrealistic FY2015 Budget (3/4)
- Shallal's Top-Down Plan for D.C. Schools Hurts Parent Choice (3/3)
- Richmond CARES? (3/2)
- Government Could Improve the Development of Vehicle to Vehicle Communication by Getting Out of the Way (2/27)
In Washington, many politicians assume the world revolves around us. The people in Moscow think it revolves around them.
The mayor has a vendetta against charter-school leader and former political rival Eva Moskowitz.
Rather than arguing over who can discriminate or why, look at what goods and services actually need government protection through public accommodation laws.
The question is whether President Obama has the backbone to withstand the pressure to “get tougher” with Russia.
The U.S. and Europe are in no position to resist the Russian invasion of Ukraine, nor should they.
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