Stress-Reduction Amenities At TSA Checkpoint Ease Airport Anxiety

12/02/2013 08:48 am ET | Updated Jan 23, 2014
  • Bart Jansen USA Today
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Plush couches. Soothing music. Tranquil pictures on the wall. It could be a hotel lobby. Except at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport, these are the amenities at a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint, an experiment to ease tensions as passengers pass through security.

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