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Cuts may mean longer lines

Security checkpoint lines at Miami International Airport could get longer because the Transportation Security Administration recently began cutting 230 full-time screener positions from the airport. The TSA, which had about 1,700 passenger and luggage screeners this summer at MIA, decided it could make do with less. The federal agency studied the airport’s layout and passenger counts and concluded that a reduction would put MIA in line with similar airports nationwide. Full Story

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