Dec 172010
 
 December 17, 2010  Posted by  Govt, Surveillance

Matt Canham and Thomas Burr report:

The Transportation Security Administration’s biggest congressional critic will soon take charge of the House panel that oversees the agency.

The congressman, first elected in 2008, has been vocal in his outrage over the TSA’s whole-body-imaging machines, which allow screeners to peer through a passenger’s clothes. He also ended up in a dust-up with a TSA agent at Salt Lake City International Airport after he refused to enter one of the machines.

Read more in the Salt Lake Tribune.

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