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TSA is the Ultimate Arbiter of What You Can — and Can not — Feed Your Child

A Hawaiian household touring on Sunday night time with their one and a half 12 months outdated child was stopped on the safety checkpoint at Honolulu airport when a TSA screener refused to permit them to go with their child meals.

Passengers are permitted to carry any quantity of child meals, breast milk or system vital for the flight via checkpoints regardless of customary guidelines limiting the quantity of checkpoints that may undergo safety. Nonetheless it appears the TSA takes it upon itself to determine what’s and isn’t applicable for infants to eat.

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