12:30 pm –
Rayburn House Office Building
On Thursday, July 19, the Cato Institute will host a Capitol Hill briefing on the TSA's failure to comply with a July 2011 decision from the D.C. Circuit that ordered the agency to begin a notice-and-comment rulemaking on its policy of sending passengers through Advanced Imaging Technology machines. A panel of scholars will discuss various implications of the TSA's inaction, including the legal, regulatory, privacy, airport management, and cost-benefit impacts.