Airlines oppose plan requiring them to fingerprint foreigners

03/17/2008 | USA Today

Congress is now requiring that millions of foreigners each year get fingerprinted when they arrive and depart U.S. airports. Congress did not, however, detail who would be taking the prints. Now, the government says it is up to the airlines, which are vehemently opposed as it will probably increase the lines at check-in counters.

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