Lawmakers should use confirmation hearings for a new TSA chief to "insist on better training and more sensible policies" for screeners, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Noting recent instances of excess and poor judgment at security checkpoints, the paper's editorial board believes the time has come for leadership to "address concerns about privacy and personal dignity. Airport safety must be the top priority, but better training of screeners would go a long way toward reducing cases of needless harassment."

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