Passengers going through security checkpoints at Kansas City International Airport say they recently have been asked to remove all paper products, including books, loose-leaf paper, Post-It notes and files, so they could be screened separately.
Passengers going through security checkpoints at Kansas City International Airport say they recently have been asked to remove all paper products, including books, loose-leaf paper, Post-It notes and files, so they could be screened separately. File photo The Star
Passengers going through security checkpoints at Kansas City International Airport say they recently have been asked to remove all paper products, including books, loose-leaf paper, Post-It notes and files, so they could be screened separately. File photo The Star

After flap over removing paper items from bags at KCI, TSA puts an end to practice

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