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TSA data on confiscated weapons full of holes, Utah daily reports

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Flaws in how the Transportation Security Administration tracks what it confiscates from people seeking to board commercial airline flights in the U.S. renders the data all but worthless, the Salt Lake Tribune reports. Those flaws may mean TSA lacks an accurate understanding of the nature of the threats it must deal with at the nearly 450 airports the agency is responsible for screening. "For...

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