There's no passing the buck in sports
The lines have grown long at airports and at stadiums from Boston to Los Angeles and from Miami to Seattle since Sept. 11.
The age of terrorism in the United States not only has resulted in extra bag checks and personal searches of airline passengers and sports fans, but for airlines, teams and local stadium authorities -- charged with protecting their planes and facilities from a possible attack -- the costs of security have threatened to cut away at hard-earned revenues.
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