TSA's Pistole will tout frequent-traveler program at hearing

11/2/2011 | Washington Post, The

So far, a program that allows frequent travelers to move more quickly through security is successful, according to TSA Administrator John Pistole. Today, Pistole will tell a Senate committee that the program has the potential to improve security and the screening experience for travelers. Meanwhile, a change that has reduced the number of children subject to pat-downs has allowed the TSA to focus its resources on more serious risks.

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