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Congress May Ban TSA Strip-Search Machines

. . . at least their use for primary screening.

NextGov reports that the House of Representatives may consider limiting airport body scans in the TSA Authorization Act, which is being debated this week.

In the post “Limiting ‘Strip Search Machines,’” we took a look at H.R. 2027, the Aircraft Passenger Whole-Body Imaging Limitations Act, which is the language likely to be considered for the TSA bill.

Here’s a look at the voting on H.R. 2027, the Aircraft Passenger Whole-Body Imaging Limitations Act, and H.R. 2200, the TSA Authorization Act, into which it may be folded.

Click to vote, comment, learn more or edit the wiki articles about the bills.

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[...] Congress May Ban TSA Strip-Search Machines [...]

House Restricts “Strip-Search Machines” | Whole Body Imaging Facts

[...] As part of the debate on the the Transportation Security Administration Authorization Act, the House voted today to limit the use of “strip-search machines.” We blogged about it here and here. [...]

Bill

Congress needs to ban the TSA as well as their wasteful, illegal, and incompetent Watch List

Alice

No one should have to be virtually strip-searched in order to be allowed on a commercial airplane.

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