Apparently the TSA is allowing some airports to test letting non-passengers go through security checkpoints. As a frequent flier this makes me nervous because it could causes delays for actual fliers. I already pay a security fee every time I fly, these non-fliers will only slow down the lines and they don't have to pay a dime.
Almost every time I fly I see people getting stopped for various infractions and then they argue with the TSA people which slows down everybody.
Charge non-fliers $20 to go through security. This should keep people out of the lines as well as pay for more screeners.