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ALASKANS' FREEDOM TO TRAVEL USA
Although it will take federal law to abolish TSA, changes to Alaska law that can improve protections against TSAbuse in the meantime.
Priority 1. Repeal Alaska regulations criminalizing photography at passenger screening in Alaska's airports.
17 AAC 42.060. Access to restricted areas. …(f): "A person may not photograph or film a passenger screening area or copy or duplicate an airport identification badge without the written approval of the airport manager." AS 02.15.240 makes violation of this regulation a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of up to $500, imprisonment of up to 90 days, or both.
We must repeal or rewrite the law that created TSA: Aviation and Transportation Safety Act (Public Law 107-1771)
Priority 2. Enact passengers' rights protections into Alaska statutes. See GOALS.