Ryan-Murray budget deal would raise TSA fees
While half the country is up in arms over the Paul Ryan-Patty Murray budget deal in Congress — with both conservatives and liberals disliking it for their own reasons — I see a twinkling, nay glittering, silver lining.
Security fees for air travelers would jump by 124%, to $5.60 per one-way trip ($11.20 round-trip). Right now the fee is $2.50 for a non-stop flight and $5 for a leg of travel that includes connecting flights. The proposed $5.60 would cover both non-stops and connectings.
Why shouldn't the people who fly pay for their own, cough cough, security?
I pay for my tickets when I go to the theater. Why shouldn’t air travelers?
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