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(Fox 31 Denver)   Denver International Airport's new zero-tolerance marijuana policy: "Law enforcement will determine how to proceed with passenger attempting to transport weed, can include arrest, confiscation, request to dispose of, or allowing passenger to proceed"   (kdvr.com) divider line 53
    More: PSA, DIA, law enforcements, passenger attempting, marijuana, transportation, airports, passengers, proceedings  
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2013-12-31 03:49:47 PM  
Confiscated cannabis, it's what they feed the blue demon horse.  Why else do you think he has those red blood-shot eyes?
 
2013-12-31 04:54:05 PM  
I imagine the marijuana Gummi Bears intermixed with real Gummi's would work.
 
2013-12-31 06:39:14 PM  

dascott: Slow your roll bro, you can't walk around swilling tequilla in the airport either.

/so they explained to me in no uncertain terms


You can still do everything besides consume it, in addition to purchasing more and consuming it in designated establishments. If it's over the liquid limit you can check it in your bags and not worry about an armed welcoming committee at your destination.
 
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