Schumer calls on TSA to reverse knife decision

The policy goes into effect April 25.

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NEWS12 WESTCHESTER: Sen. Charles Schumer wants the Transportation Security Administration to reverse its newly announced plan to allow passengers to bring small knives and other items, like golf clubs and hockey sticks, onto planes. The plan is scheduled to be implemented April 25. (March 10, 2013)

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