Oklahoma comes out against Large Aircraft Security Program

04/3/2009 | Alva Review-Courier (Okla.), The

Oklahoma has become the latest state to speak out against the TSA's proposed Large Aircraft Security Program. In a letter to the TSA, the Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission said the program fails to consider the inherent differences between general aviation and commercial aviation, and the requirement for redundant background checks, fingerprinting and additional security requirements for pilots would be "unnecessary and impractical."

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