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Texas lawmakers have proposed a bill that bans TSA officers from intentionally touching travelers’ genital regions. A similar bill previously failed to pass after feds threatened to shut down the state’s airports if TSA would face such restrictions.
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pawns use "fascism" to criticize ALL gov't, opening door to true fascism: Corporate Control, no vote
We need more States like Texas. The TSA is an over-bloated Federal Agency that was a knee-jerck reaction to 9/11. They have YET to foil ANY terrorist threats in their decade+ of groping America.
Go od luck Texas, let's abolish the TSA completely...
Read: Atlas Shrugged & Green Book & US Bill of Rights to see ideas on solve problems
Texas prosecutors already have authority to prosecute for sexual battery; they just lack the will.
Let the Feds try to shut down the airports. We can simply idle the refineries and ration the east coast gas and oil.
I am for abolishing the TSA.
It’s about time that State legislatures reign in this corrupt agency, clearly no one in Washington cares enough about travelers to do anything.
TSA says they keep America safe but can TSA explain how any of this is keeping us safe when TSA screeners haven’t caught or even identified one terrorist after 11 years and over $80 billion in funding.
Do es anyone really believe that humiliating a wounded Marine by removing his prosthetic legs in front of other passengers is making anyone safer?
Maybe TSA can explain how stealing our property is going to prevent another 9/11.
If you agree to fondling I guess it rules out the defense of rape----right ?
Don't need new laws. Constitution (4th amendment) already grants people protection. TSA is illegal.
Throw texass out of the Union
Federal Government Blackmail, The untouchables we can do anything or ELSE
Fasicsm at its finest.
Then tell the fed to get out of your airport. We need more states passing this and kicking the fed out.
4th amend: Right of people to be secure in their persons, against unreasonable searches and seizures
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