Flight crews upset with TSA changes

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – After 9/11 there were some drastic changes to the way we fly, including items we could bring on planes. But now the TSA is putting it in reverse and allowing certain sporting goods through and even small pocket knives.

Groups representing the federal air marshals and flight attendants aren’t happy. They feel the TSA should reverse their decision to allow such items.

Passengers are feeling uneasy too, asking the possibility of what other items could be next to make the list.

For now it looks like the TSA has won, though. The changes go into effect on April 25.