Alaska bill would warn travelers of pat-downs

02/22/2012 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Alaska's House Transportation Committee is considering legislation that would require signs warning travelers of pat-downs and electronic devices that use radiation. The signs would be posted near airport checkpoints. State Rep. Sharon Cissna, a breast cancer survivor who experienced what she described was an invasive pat-down, sponsored the legislation.

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