Archive for December 18th, 2010

US News Poll: 96% believe the TSA is going too far with security measures

December 18, 2010

The awakening public is not buying any of this BS

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TSA procedures could trigger workers’ comp claims, attorneys suggest

December 18, 2010

The controversy surrounding new airport security measures could serve as a warning for employers to take some precautionary measures, several workers’ comp attorneys advise. With lawsuits being filed and horror stories from offended passengers appearing on the Internet, it’s likely just a matter of time before a disgruntled “road warrior” files a workers’ comp claim.

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Toledo Express gets full-body scanner

December 18, 2010

Step into the new full-body scanner at Toledo Express Airport and you’ll be asked to raise your hands above your head like a football referee signaling a touchdown.

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UCSF Professor on Body Scanner Radiation

December 18, 2010

One of the problems is that they may not do their job well and will irradiate an entire population certainly causing some cancers. Further the machines are extremely mechanically complex and any error or failure could lead to an unintended very high does of radiation.

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