Bill nixes bag rescreening on some international flights

12/12/2012 | Dayton Daily News (Ohio) · Washington Post, The

The House on Wednesday passed the No-Hassle Flying Act, which will let the Transportation Security Administration waive luggage rescreening rules when the bags come from international airports that adopt U.S.-equivalent baggage scanning protocol. The bill will move on to President Barack Obama for his signature. "This is a smart, efficient way to streamline travel, boost tourism and lower costs while maintaining the highest security standards," said Nicholas E. Calio, president and chief executive of Airlines for America.

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