BY WAYNE CHARGUALAF
The recent announcement of enhanced airport security procedures by the Department of Homeland Security has caused some to worry these procedures will have a negative effect on tourism in Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands. Effective Oct. 26, these enhancements were offered as an alternative to a rule introduced earlier in the year banning electronic devices “larger than a cell phone” in carry-on baggage. One of these enhanced measures — interviewing all passengers prior to boarding — has raised concerns among some airlines that boarding will take longer and flights might even be . . .
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