Monday, July 23, 2007

Wait until August 4, 2007, then TSA will accept cigarette lighters, and, by the way, human milk, on flights...

"In an effort to concentrate resources on detecting explosive threats, TSA will no longer ban common lighters in carry-on luggage starting August 4, 2007. Torch lighters remain banned in carry-ons....
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TSA is also modifying the rules associated with carrying breast milk through security checkpoints. Mothers flying with, and now without, their child will be permitted to bring breast milk in quantities greater than three ounces as long as it is declared for inspection at the security checkpoint."

(Makes you think, doesn't it, that lighters for cigarettes were considered the priority in the articles...)

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