US Sen. Joseph Lieberman urged the Dept. of Homeland Security to review the Transportation Security Administration's decision to allow certain scissors and tools to be carried by passengers (ATWOnline, Dec. 5). Calling the decision "a step backward in aviation security" in a letter last week, Lieberman (D-Conn.) said he did not think "the vast majority of Americans traveling via commercial aviation need or want to bring scissors or tools on board an aircraft" and that the new regulations ...

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