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Airline passengers flying out of Las Angeles International Airport can now pack something extra in their carry-on luggage – marijuana.

The official website for LAX Airport confirms that marijuana possession in the airport is no longer illegal because of Prop. 64 going into effect and airport police will not stop passengers if they find marijuana in their bags. Transportation Security Administration, a federal agency, can still turn people away if they find marijuana since marijuana is illegal under federal law, but if this happens, airport police will not confiscate weed products as long as it doesn’t exceed the state’s legal amount which is 28.5 grams of marijuana and 8 grams of concentrate.

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