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New Luggage-Screening Rules Take Effect

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With the new year, new federal rules require every U.S. airport to screen all checked luggage for explosives. The new regulations mean travelers will need to re-think how they pack. Hear NPR's Janet Babin and Jonathan Proctor, editor of Airliners magazine.

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