Sound Off for March 14th: Do you have a problem with TSA allowing small knives?
Small pocket knives are causing a big uproar.
The TSA decision to allow passengers to board planes with small knives has airlines, flight attendants, TSA officers, air marshals and some pilots outraged.
The TSA wants airport security to focus on more "catastrophic" threats to an entire aircraft, such as explosives or detonators.
Massachusetts Congressman Ed Markey is introducing a bill to stop the TSA plan, "It is a dangerous policy, because al-Qaida will just move to the Swiss Army knife rather than a box-cutter."
The TSA says the decision was also intended to match U.S. regulations with European rules, and to make flying more convenient for passengers.
Are you worried about TSA allowing small knives on planes? Or are you happy to see them loosening the rules a bit?
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