The TSA Says No to Pocketknives on Airplanes After All


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When Transportation Security Administration chief John Pistole moved last month to lift restrictions on bringing small pocketknives, hockey sticks, and baseball bats on airplanes, he was deluged with criticism. Pistole argued that small knives could not be used to bring down an airliner—and pointed out that the TSA already allows small scissors and screwdrivers on board.

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