Lawmakers ask TSA to drop policy change for carry-on items

05/22/2013 | Hill, The

A bipartisan group of 145 U.S. House members asked the Transportation Security Administration to reconsider its change in policy for carry-on items. "Over the last two months, we have heard from flight attendants, air marshals, pilots, passengers, TSA screeners and airlines who are unequivocal in their unified view that allowing knives to be brought into the cabin of passenger planes is dangerous, unnecessary and irresponsible," the lawmakers wrote in a letter to TSA Administrator John Pistole.

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