Mar 142011
 March 14, 2011  Posted by  Laws, Surveillance

Garry Rayno reports that what is mostly a symbolic gesture has survived a committee vote:

A bill that would allow federal transportation security agents to be charged with sexual assault may help draw attention to problems with enhanced security screenings at airports, backers say.

The House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee Thursday voted 14-3 to retain the bill after voting down an attempt to kill it, 13-4.


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