New Travel Security Laws


David Stempler
*President, Air Travelers Association

Rudy Maxa
*Host, Smart Travels: Europe with Rudy Maxa and Traveling Smart with Rudy Maxa both shows on PBS
*Founder (online travel newsletter)

Joe Mcclure
*President, Montrose Travel in California

Mike Serritella
*Owner, Old Town Chicago Bed and Breakfast

Karen Chase
*Author of the poetry collection Kazimierz Square (CavanKerry Press, 2000)

The federal government has just taken over airport security. According to one new law, every piece of checked baggage should be inspected for explosives. Extra security measures are also in store for buses and trains. Do you feel safe when you travel? And will the changes affect your next vacation?



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