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Why is the TSA confiscating people’s medications?


By Lisa Simeone - Posted on 29 August 2014

 

Several stories have been circulating recently about people’s medications being confiscated by the TSA. In some cases, these are potentially lifesaving medications, such as nitroglycerin for heart patients or insulin for diabetics.  

We’ve written in the past about TSA screeners messing with people’s medicine and medical devices, such as the case of Savannah Barry, whose $10,000 insulin pump was ruined when the TSA insisted she go through the strip-search scanner . . .

Read the rest at TSA News.

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