No-Fly Lists: Rational but Not Right
In the hoopla surrounding the closing days of the U.S. Supreme Court's term, it would be easy to overlook the decision this week by a federal judge in Oregon ordering the government to make it easier for travelers to challenge their inclusion on the no-fly list. At a time when sharply growing numbers of Americans tell pollsters that they are feeling less safe from terrorist attacks, the ruling provides a useful reminder of the limits on government power to assuage our fears.
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