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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Sean Paige
A coach-class rebellion against the Transportation Security Administration is brewing as state and local lawmakers challenge the agency's right to implement its invasive airport-safety protocols.
"It's not just about [screeners] getting friendly, customer service or groping," Mr. Paige said. "It's seeing whether local airports can experiment and get the same level of security with different methods."
The council is expected to hear the results in January, Mr. Paige said.