AT MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT last month, a man, apparently frustrated by a prolonged security check, was charged with indecent exposure after dropping his pants in protest as a screener waved a metal-detecting wand over the man's legs. At the same airport a week earlier, Amy Tourand, a corporate travel director for Carlson Marketing Co. of Minneapolis, breezed through a security line that had just one passenger — herself. Tourand is one of more than 2,000 people who are ...

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