New TSA Rules for Scissors Anger Senators

“The Transportation Security Administration's plan to allow scissors and screwdrivers through airport checkpoints so it can focus on bigger threats like bombs drew criticism from the chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee at a hearing on Monday.” (New York Times, Tuesday)

Why must a one-size policy be made to fit all?

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