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U.S. Airline Inspections Roil Lost-Luggage Process

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The Transportation Security Administration's increased scrutiny of commercial air baggage exposes the agency to potential claims by passengers losing all or part of their luggage in transit. Those in the industry say compensation claims for lost or damaged luggage are less likely to be resolved as a result. NPR's Jeff Brady reports.

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