TSA Policies On Travelers With Disabilities And Medical Conditions

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TSA.pngThe Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has been in the headlines a lot in the past week or so.  This post isn't going to venture an opinion on pat-downs and other TSA security procedures but instead will inform travelers with disabilities and medical conditions (like this poor guy) what to expect when they board airplanes during and after this Thanksgiving holiday.  Their policies, outlined by this letter, can be found on the TSA website by clicking here. Be sure to take note of what the TSA looks for and have a safe journey.

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