The Transportation Safety Administration must continue to staff airport security exit lanes and abandon its plan to unload costs and responsibility onto already financially-strained local airports, the Global Gateway Alliance said today. In a letter to TSA Administrator John Pistole, the alliance stated criticises TSA plans to eliminate federal agents at airport security lane exits and force airport operators to pick up the added security costs in early 2014. The TSA calls this a cost-saving measure that allows the Administration to focus on outgoing plane traffic. Over the last decade, Homeland Security data shows that there have been 3,000 security

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