Explosives Detection At Airports

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The head of the Transportation Security Administration today said he opposes extending the Dec. 31 deadline for installing explosive detection equipment at the nation's 429 commercial airports. But James Loy told a Senate Committee he would support waivers for some two to three dozen airports that are having trouble meeting the deadline. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.



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