Nursing mom Nicole Moberg says TSA's inspection of breast milk at Lindbergh Field was 'frustrating'

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    Despite settling Stacy Armato's lawsuit for $75K, TSA still doesn't "get it" when it comes to breast milk:

    Nursing mom says TSA's inspection of breast milk at Lindbergh Field was 'frustrating'


    A working mother said she was put in a frustrating situation at Lindbergh Field due to the breast milk she was carrying with her through security. Nicole Moberg travels up to five days a week as a sales director for a medical company. While on the road, she pumps milk for her 7-month-old son, but she said flying out of Lindbergh Field Thursday with that milk took nearly 60 minutes. She said she had nearly 50 bags of milk, which were then put into two one-gallon Ziplock bags. Moberg said during a security screening, the TSA officers then proceeded "to ...


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    http://www.10news.com/news/investig...reast-milk-at-lindbergh-field-was-frustrating


    TSA Takes a Tough Stance Against Breast Milk

    ABC10 News reported that Nicole Moberg, a sales director for a medical company, travels extensively on her job, so she comes prepared with pre-pumped breast milk. She separates the milk into individual plastic bag servings and then puts these into larger, one-gallon Ziploc bags. Moberg says that typically security agents check the large bags, determine their content, then let her on her way. This time, however, the TSA officials made her take all the approximately 50 individual baggies out and examined each one. She recounted the experience: "It's a little swatch, and they attach it to a handle, and they ...


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    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-...s-a-Tough-Stance-against-Mothers-Breast-Milk/


    TSA Detains Mom to Check 50 Small Bags of Breast Milk (Video)

    Nicole Moberg, a working mom, claims she was recently detained by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for over an hour because of her breast milk at Lindbergh Field in San Diego, California. Moberg works in sales for a medical company and flies up to five days a week. While traveling, the sales representative pumps milk for her 7-month-old baby. Moberg had almost 50 small bags of milk stored in two one-gallon Ziplock bags when she tried to fly last Thursday (video below). "[Normally] It's a little swatch and they attach it to a handle, and they kind of swish it ...


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