TSA to Charge Less Than Originally Planned to Join Airport Security Program

TSA to Charge Less Than Originally Planned to Join Airport Security ProgramThe Wall Street Journal reports federal officials are backtracking on a plan to charge travelers $100 a year to take part in an expedited airport security screening program. The Transportation Security Administration now projects it will charge $30 a year for each person who wants to participate in the "registered traveler" program, the TSA noted on its web site.

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