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Reducing Crowds at LAX

The Los Angeles Airport Commission is expected to take action today to reduce crowds at LAX, more than a year after a study concluded people waiting on sidewalks and in lobbies at the facility are at risk from terror strikes. Commissioners are considering offering a $900,000 contract to the Rand Corp., the firm that drafted the study, the Los Angeles Times reported. Rand would work with the airport, airlines and the federal Transportation Security Administration to speed travelers through terminals into more secure gate areas. Full Story

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