TSA aims to overhaul cargo screening requirements

11/3/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The Yemen bomb plot will prompt the Transportation Security Administration to take long-term steps to improve the way it screens passengers and cargo. Officials acknowledge that the U.S. relies on shippers to screen cargo that enters the U.S. from other countries, and they are looking for ways to strengthen security requirements. Meanwhile, some observers said the cost of screening all cargo in the global transportation system is prohibitive.

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