TSA Lightens Rules on Knives, Bats, Golf Clubs, Etc
March 6, 2013
Frank@OBOW in Air travel news, Security

By now, most of you have heard that the TSA is changing some of its rules to allow very small knives and some bats, golf clubs and hockey sticks in carry-ons so they can spend time looking for more serious weapons and explosives.

You can read about it, and see photos of what  you can and can’t take, on  The TSA Blog.

How did I learn about it? From our own Reader’s Forum. That’s right, one of our reader’s posted it before I even got a chance to see it on my news feed. So, I’ll give credit where credit is due and link to the lively discussion about this decision:

One Bag, One World Reader’s Forum

By the way, I realized that some of you who read this blog dont’ know we have a Reader’s Forum where anyone can start or take part in any number of interesting discussions related to one bag travel. If you haven’t visited, I hope you will.

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