Oregon airport allows passengers to carry marijuana on in-state flights

Travelers who are 21 years old or older can care up to one ounce of marijuana - the amount that is legal to carry across the state - when boarding flights that take off and land within the state's borders. 

Airport officials said that if a TSA agent finds pot on a person, he or she will notify Port Police, who will then check to see if the passenger is carrying the legal limit, if the person is of age and confirm that the passenger is not traveling outside Oregon. 

The security area of Portland International Airport includes a notice featuring a crossed out marijuana plant and reads, 'Please be advised recreational marijuana is not permitted on flights traveling outside of Oregon'. Travelers are, however, allowed to carry the drug on in-state flights

If the passenger passes the requirements, he or she will be able to board the flight with...

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