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Logan security policy draws suit from ACLU

By Jack Encarnacao
Globe Correspondent / November 11, 2004

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The American Civil Liberties Union sued the Massachusetts Port Authority and the Massachusetts State Police yesterday over a new security policy at Logan International Airport in which police question and detain passengers based on unusual or suspicious behavior. (Full article: 588 words)

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