Scanner protests could jam already jammed O'Hare

Scanner protests could jam already jammed O'Hare

Chicago : IL : USA | Nov 24, 2010 at 6:52 AM PST
Source: Chicago Tribune
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But, although security lines were long at O'Hare this morning, there was no indication of such a protest, however loosely organized. O'Hare historically has been a bad place to fly out at this time of year. An average of only about seven out of every 10 O'Hare departures were on time during the last three... FULL ARTICLE AT Chicago Tribune
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