Senator wants more TSA inspectors in foreign airports

01/4/2010 | ABC News

Citing "gaping holes" in aviation security, Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., is urging more U.S. inspections of overseas airports. "What's crucial is that we immediately send many more of our TSA agents to the airports to check on their compliance" with federal security guidelines, Schumer told reporters during a Sunday press conference. He said airlines should threaten to boycott foreign airports that fail to improve security procedures.

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