Passengers can now carry marijuana on Oregon flights
Airports are going to pot.
Passengers traveling on flights within Oregon will be allowed to transport a small amount of weed, after the state’s recreational marijuana law went into effect July 1.
According to Fox 12 Oregon, people flying through Portland International Airport, Oregon’s biggest airport, won’t be dragged from the line and hauled away if security officials spot pot.
The Transportation Security Administration said its primary focus was to “detect threats to aviation security,” not stop adult marijuana users who obey the state’s 1 ounce marijuana limit, the International Business Times reported.
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