Floating around the blogosphere the last couple days - apparently the TSA was giving the public rose tinted information about the radiation levels people who were being scanned with those full body devices were actually being exposed to. Susan Collins, rightfully, got up in their faces about it at a hearing a few days ago.
From The Hill:
Collins, ranking member of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee, said it was admirable that TSA was posting the radiation data, but stressed that it is important that the agency get the numbers right.
"[The TSA chief] and I have discussed at length the full-body scanners, and TSA has repeatedly assured me that the machines that emit radiation do not pose a health risk,” she said in a statement. “Nonetheless, if TSA contractors reporting on the radiation levels have done such a poor job, how can airline passengers and crew have confidence in the data used by the TSA to reassure the p...