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Maintenance costs for airport scanners spike

Congress has ordered an investigation into what it says are “skyrocketing costs” of fixing and keeping up machines that scan luggage for bombs at the nation’s airports. Taxpayers will spend about $200 million in the current fiscal year fixing and maintaining about 1,200 luggage scanners, roughly double the repair costs that the Department of Homeland Security says were needed two years ago. Full Story

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