ARP Pebble in the Road - TSA Air Traveling with Medication

I'm having some technical difficulties and having trouble getting a full episode out. So I just thought I'd do this little quick episode.

This is just a quick informational post on traveling with your medications. There is some concern that allegedly there are some agents that are confiscating medication.

Below is the link to the official webpage where they publicly states that you are allowed to bring your pill medication on board either in your carry-on or luggage.

There is the text of that statement and the reality of having an agent or two publicly try to take or embarrass you from your medications.

You will have to make some hard judgements on what to do to maintain your safety.
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Resources Mentioned: 

Official webpage on traveling with your medications.

Official TSA YouTube channel. This link is to a video on traveling with a disability, medications and options for processing.


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