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Carriers, Airports Face New Risks If Laptop Ban Is Expanded

Law360, New York (June 12, 2017, 5:08 PM EDT) -- The potential expansion to as many as 71 airports worldwide of a ban on laptops and large electronics in carry-on luggage aboard U.S.-bound flights exposes airlines and airport operators to new safety and compliance risks, raising more questions about the Trump administration's changing coterie of border security regulations.

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary John F. Kelly last week told members of the House Homeland Security Committee that the agency is keeping all options on the table with regard to improving aviation security, including expanding existing restrictions on large personal electronics in the passenger cabin and working with airlines and foreign...

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