Armed TSA agents not necessary, says TSA chief

01/30/2014 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Transportation Security Administration chief John Pistole say TSA officers shouldn't be armed, despite calls for that change by a union representing TSA workers. Pistole, visiting the Los Angeles International Airport, defended TSA agents' response to the Nov. 1 shooting at the airport, though he said the TSA will improve its response times.

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