Here’s What Happens if the TSA Catches you with Marijuana at Logan Airport

The Transportation Security Administration has a message for marijuana consumers: We won’t look for your pot, but if we find it, we can’t ignore it either.

It’s a clarification the federal agency wanted to make clear as more states legalize marijuana in some form.

“Are we cool? We like to think we’re cool. We want you to have a pleasant experience at the airport and arrive safely at your destination,” the TSA wrote in an Instagram post last month. “But getting caught while trying to fly with marijuana or cannabis-infused products can really harsh your mellow.”

Regardless of whether your destination allows recreational marijuana, traveling over state lines with marijuana, whether by plane, train, car, or foot, is illegal. And yes, that even includes flying between two states where adult-use marijuana is legal.

Read the full article by Felicia Gans from The Boston Gllobe here.


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