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The bare facts about “Opt-In” Day and a media-fabricated crisis that fizzled

Like most Americans, I was relieved that there were no major disruptions yesterday, which was one of the busiest air travel days of the year.

From the frontlines on Opt-Out Day: “Today was different from anything that I have ever experienced in my years of flying”

Edmond Valencia had an 8 a.m. flight out of Albuquerque today, and since this is one of the busiest days for air travel, he arrived with time to spare.

A surprising 70 percent of air travelers support National Opt-Out Day

Despite the government's insistence that American air travelers broadly support its new airport security measures -- which include either a full-body scan or a so-called "enhanced" pat-down -- a weekend poll by the Consumer Travel Alliance finds public sentiment has turned against the policy.

Weekend survey: Do you support National Opt-Out Day?

National Opt-Out Day is taking place on Nov. 24, one of the busiest travel days of the year. It's a direct response to the Transportation Security Administration's new rule that says you must either submit to a full-body scan or receive an "enhanced" pat-down.
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