The US House of Representatives passed bipartisan legislation to ensure only travelers who have undergone required background and security checks are able to use TSA’s Pre-Check screening lanes. The “Pre-Check is Pre-Check Act”—introduced by Rep. John Katko (R-New York) and passed by a voice vote Sept. 5—would guarantee only travelers who have enrolled in a designated trusted traveler program can use Pre-Check screening lanes at airports nationwide. The law ...

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