Greyhound Inks Deal Ending Border Agent Bus Sweep Suit
By Lauren Berg (September 27, 2021, 11:22 PM EDT) -- Greyhound Lines Inc. will pay $2.2 million and will no longer allow U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents to conduct warrantless searches on its buses in the state of Washington, as part of an agreement Monday with the state's attorney general.
Under a consent decree filed in Spokane County Superior Court on the eve of trial, Greyhound agreed to create a corporate policy that denies CBP agents permission to board its buses without warrants or reasonable suspicion in the state of Washington and will make a public statement clarifying that the company doesn't consent to warrantless border agent searches.
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