Report: Private airport screeners could save $39 million
from Contra Costa Times
Taxpayers could save nearly $39 million annually if Los Angeles International Airport replaced its federal security screeners with a privatized force, according to a report by the chair of the House Transportation Committee. The finding by Rep. John Mica, R-Fla., comes as city and airport officials examine whether to substitute some of the Transportation Security Administration workers at LAX with private screeners who would be under federal supervision.
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