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Can ID-Scanning Machines Ease Lines at Airport Security?

The Transportation Security Administration is slowly testing a system that will check boarding passes and IDs by machine, instead of relying on an officer’s visual check before you enter the security line. The system is being slowly unveiled, with Washington-Dulles International Airport becoming the first guinea pig last week. George Bush Intercontinental in Houston starts [...]
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