Experts debate security advances in years since 9/11

09/15/2009 | National Journal

Eight years after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, National Journal asked a half-dozen experts to weigh in on the current state of transportation security. From academics to airline representatives to a former transportation secretary, everyone agrees that travelers today are much safer, though the system still has room for improvement. As analyst Ron Kuhlmann puts it, "We can do so much better than wanding babies."

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