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Feds Might Ease Post-9/11 Airport Rule

Pittsburgh International could become the nation’s first major airport to get the OK to abandon the post-Sept. 11 rule that says only ticketed passengers are allowed past security checkpoints. Federal security officials are considering allowing people once more to say their hellos and goodbyes to friends and loved ones at the gate. Airport officials and western Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation have pushed for two years for the change for reasons of money and passenger convenience. What happens here could become a model for other airports. Full Story

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