TSA still a threat to general aviation, attorney says

12/31/2009 | General Aviation News

According to aviation attorney Alan Armstrong, the Transportation Security Administration still represents a threat to general aviation. The TSA has the authority to bypass the Administrative Procedure Act and enact security measures without publishing them in the Federal Register. The House of Representatives passed an amendment curbing this power, but the Senate has not yet passed a similar amendment.

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