Senate set to consider TSA appropriations bill

07/7/2009 | Homeland Security Today

The Senate today will take up debate on a Homeland Security appropriations bill requiring greater cooperation with the general aviation industry in formulating security requirements for GA aircraft. Though the Senate bill includes authorization for TSA to collect $1.6 million in fees for the Large Aircraft Security Program, it also includes language urging the agency to negotiate with general aviation stakeholders to formulate a rule that "minimizes adverse effects on general aviation while addressing security concerns."

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