TSA chief defends minimal screening of airport workers

02/22/2008 | CBS4 (Denver)

TSA rules allow hundreds of employees at Denver International Airport to pass through security checkpoints every day without being screened for weapons or dangerous objects. TSA administrator Kip Hawley said extensive screening of employees would drain resources from passenger checkpoints. He also noted that roving security patrols randomly stop employees for security checks.

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