Column: U.S. may spend up to $300M on scanners

11/1/2010 | Seattle Times, The

The Transportation Security Administration is in the process of installing 14 full-body scanners in the Seattle airport, writes columnist Carol Pucci. In this article, she addresses some common questions that travelers have about the scanners. She also notes that the U.S. plans to spend up to $300 million on as many as 1,800 scanners through 2014.

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