Sat, May 21, 2005
Governor Will Sign Bill Outlawing Impersonation Of Flight Crew
If you're a flight crew member
headed for Midway or O'Hare, be sure to take along your ID. Pretty
soon, if you're caught wearing your uniform in a restricted area
within the airport, you could wind up charged with a felony.
Based on a report by Chicago's CLTV, the Illinois Senate Friday
passed legislation that will outlaw the wearing of a flight
officer's uniform inside secure airport facilities if you're not a
flight crew member.
The CLTV investigation showed how easy it is to obtain a uniform
over the Internet -- without identification -- and simply walk into
restricted-access areas of an airport.
Governor Rod Blagojevich has said he will sign the
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