Some Report TSA Agents Allowing Marijuana to Be Brought on Planes

If the destination allows marijuana and law enforcement doesn't want to intervene


The mile high club may soon take on a new meaning as states continue to liberalize their marijuana laws.

Although it's a try-it-at-your-own-risk scenario, airplane passengers in certain situations are being permitted to carry marijuana on board, even if TSA agents sniff out the drugs.

It's never technically altogether legal to fly on commercial airlines with weed because the airports all fall under federal jurisdiction, and marijuana is still illegal under federal law. However, TSA policy and anecdotal reports suggest that passengers who travel between states in which they can legally use pot are likely to be allowed to fly.