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39 person or his belongings.363 States also may impose civil penalties to enforce violations at airports. Local laws apply in addition to any federal measures, and they allow enforcement by local agencies even if federal pen- alties apply as well. CONCLUSION The airport industry is constantly evolving and in- novating in response to the ever changing demands of safety and security, technology, public demand, cus- tomer service, government requirements, and tenant needs. State laws reflect a stateâs efforts over time to address those challenges at the local level and balance competing interests. A broad examination of state air- port laws can help airport managers and state leaders craft policy to resolve local concerns and support the publicâs current and future transportation interests. 363 See IND. CODE ANN. Â§ 35-47-6-3 (through 2010 2d Reg. Sess.). See also State v. Hanson, 97 Haw. 71, 34 P.3d 1 (2001) (discussing bases for administrative searches of bags at air- ports); James L. Buchwalter, Annotation, Validity of Airport Security Measures, 125 A.L.R. 5th 281 (2007).