Air cargo security debates continue

09/29/2003 | Aviation Now · St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Air cargo executives will meet this week to discuss securing "high-risk" cargo, while critics charge that not enough is being done to secure cargo carried on passenger or all-cargo planes. The proposed $30.4 billion Homeland Security funding bill no longer contains a provision that would require all air cargo to be screened by a certain date.

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