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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.
- Airport Policy and Security News #96
TSA behavior-detection blasted by GAO, Airport slots and deregulation, Increased TSA security fee—or tax?
December 4, 2013
- Airport Policy and Security News #95
TSA security rationale in question, O'Hare's congestion-reducing runway revamp, Expanding PreCheck prompts criticisms
November 12, 2013
- Airport Policy and Security News #94
Airport privatization after Midway, Cockpit secondary barriers?, Airline up-gauging and congestion pricing
October 3, 2013
- Airport Policy and Security News #93
Antitrust case threatens major airports, Expansion of trusted traveler under way, and Positive outlook for US airport privatization
August 31, 2013
- Airport Policy and Security News #92
The future of outsourced airport screening, Second try for San Diego's Brown Field, and TSA slow to expand trusted traveler
July 11, 2013
- Airport Policy and Security News #91
TSA's new hurdles, Mixed picture for airport growth, Cockpit security, and More
May 31, 2013
- Airport Policy and Security News #90
Fixing London's airport mess, TSA expanding trusted traveler, and more
May 6, 2013
- Airport Policy and Security News #89
Major airports offer to give up federal grants, Pocket knives on planes, Airglades Airport moves toward privatization, Industry fights contract tower shutdown, Airport privatization news from Europe
April 8, 2013
- Airport Policy and Security News #88
Saving air travel from the sequester, San Juan privatization opens new era, trusted traveler
March 7, 2013
- Airport Policy and Security News #87
Chicago privatizing Midway, TSA failing at risk-based policies, Saving airports from federal budget cutbacks, TSA unions reverse Sacramento outsourcing, Airport privatization news from Europe
February 7, 2013
- Airport Policy and Security News #86
PreCheck Expansion Plans, Privatized Airport Capacity?, Portuguese privatization, Contract Towers
January 4, 2013
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- Poll Shows Voters Support State-based Sage Grouse Conservation (7/24)
- Lucy Burns Institute Launches Policypedia (7/22)
- How to Structure a Good Defined Contribution Plan (7/22)
- New Landowner-friendly Endangered Species Policy: Not so New, Not so Friendly (7/22)
A $137 million three-mile train is coming to a nearly deserted avenue in a bankrupt city.
Even under ideal conditions, socialism would still suck, says Georgetown's Jason Brennan.
The specter of judicial deference still haunts Halbig v. Burwell.
The insistence on stigmatizing migrating foreigners because they are not exempt from normal health troubles is an old disorder. But it's entirely homegrown.
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