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No exemption from scans, pat-downs

Those who refuse won’t fly, TSA says

A growing number of people, including pilots, have raised objections to full body scanners used in many US airports. A growing number of people, including pilots, have raised objections to full body scanners used in many US airports. (Eduardo Contraras/ San Diego Union Tribune via Associated Press)
Globe Wire Services / November 17, 2010

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Airline passengers won’t be able to avoid body-imaging screenings or pat-downs because of religious beliefs, the Transportation Security Administration says. (Full article: 423 words)

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