TSA screeners get new test kits for powder explosives

09/9/2009 | CNN · Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Following successful tests in four airports, TSA is distributing 1,250 powder explosive detection kits to airports around the country. TSA says only a small percentage of powders will require additional screening using a solution that tests for explosives. Common powders like makeup and baby formula are unlikely to require testing, according to the agency.

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