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Are TSA Screeners Targeting Female Fliers?


<p><strong>DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM)</strong><strong> -</strong>&nbsp;One of the most powerful senators in the country is taking action after watching a <a href="…; target="_blank">CBS 11 investigation</a>.
&nbsp;Democratic Senator Charles Schumer from New York saw our story
uncovering a pattern of women complaining about &nbsp;the Transportation <a id="itxthook0" class="itxtrst itxtrsta itxthook" style="font-weight: normal; font-size: 100%; text-decoration: underline; border-bottom: 0.075em solid darkgreen; padding-bottom: 1px; color: darkgreen; background-color: transparent;" rel="nofollow" href="… id="itxthook0w0" class="itxtrst itxtrstspan itxthookspan" style="background: none repeat scroll 0% 0% transparent; font-size: inherit; font-weight: inherit; color: darkgreen;">Security</span></a> Administration (TSA) agents. Now, Senator Schumer wants to give passengers a way to complain if they feel mistreated.</p>