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The following editorial appeared in The Miami Herald on Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2004:
New rules that aim to keep transportation-security information out of terrorist hands could as easily keep the public in the dark about environmental or safety hazards. That's why, in applying those rules, the Coast Guard and Transportation Security Administration should narrowly define the "sensitive security information" to be kept secret.
Congress also needs to seriously exercise its oversight to ensure that the rules aren't abused and reject a proposed measure that would allow TSA secrecy rules to override freedom-of-information laws in Florida and other …