A federal appellate court is poised to consider whether the Transportation Security Administration’s use of enhanced pat-downs of passengers with metal implants that set off walk-through metal detectors violates the Fourth Amendment and federal law.

On Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit is slated to hear Ruskai v. Pistole. Aside from the constitutional challenge, Mary Beth Ruskai has accused the agency of running afoul of the Rehabilitation Act, which bars federal programs from discriminating against people with disabilities.

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