Some airports in weed-legal states are offering specially-assigned boxes to drop off your weed before boarding.
The times sure are changing when it comes to cannabis normalization. And for proof, look no further than the Colorado Springs Airport, which recently announced it received over 37 pounds of weed since it started implementing amnesty boxes back in 2014.
Amnesty boxes first rolled out at both Denver International Airport (DIA) and Colorado Springs Airport shortly after the state launched legal recreational marijuana sales in January 2014. To prevent flyers from taking state-legal weed products on board a flight (and potentially transporting said weed to a prohibitionist state), airport officials installed these amnesty boxes as a courtesy. The idea was...
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