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The shoe has not yet dropped, but according to Don Phillips, a columnist for Trains Magazine, in the April 2007 issue, the government is holding the shoe precariously above at least one industry (and who knows how many others) and it may fall at any moment. Government, in the form of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), a part of the Homeland Security Department, seems anxious to involve itself in the protection of all freight and passengers. The current shoe is more like a hobnail boot. Other dropping shoes include airlines or container ships and their ports, but the TSA hasn’t gotten much beyond making airline passengers remove their shoes yet, and worrying the airlines over their unexamined cargo.

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