The long lines at airport security may get shorter, at least for passengers the government believes are not a threat. Starting Tuesday, designated travelers will not have to remove their shoes, take off their belts and coats, or pull laptops and liquids out of their carry-on bags when they go through security in Terminal A at Logan International Airport — part of a new Transportation Security Administration program that streamlines the process so security personnel can concentrate on potential threats.
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