Travelers with background checks soon may forgo lines

03/18/2004 | Pioneer Press (St. Paul, Minn.)

A registered traveler program, which would allow travelers to avoid random follow-up screenings at security checkpoints if they are cleared through government background checks, may be tested as soon as June. The acting head of the Transportation Security Administration, David Stone, said the agency wants to get law-abiding people who travel frequently onto planes more quickly.

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