Aviation Safety

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Bill HR 15 In the post-September 11th era, the need for increased security at our nation?s airports and on our domestic flights has taken on a new, rejuvenated sense of urgency. In the aftermath of such a tragedy it is natural to want to immediately react with new tougher standards and regulations. This reaction, while considered understandable by most and even absolutely necessary by others is often not the correct action. It is so the …

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…marshal program with improved security checkpoint criteria. In doing so we will not only insure there will be no weapons on board aircraft, but we also decrease the likelihood of any terrorist attempts. We must take the stance that we will not let weapons on planes, not the stance that we won?t let you use weapons on planes. I feel opposing this bill is doing justice to the aviation world and the American People.