The No-Liquid Flights Petition

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The No-Liquid Flight Petition, managed by CareFair.com is geared at convincing the TSA to define a pre-approved and safe set of personal hygiene and care necessities for men and women travellers.

On August 15, 2006, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) released a new set of security screening procedures at all U.S. airports, banning liquids and gels past the airport screening checkpoint or on board. These include all beverages, shampoo, sun tan lotion, creams, toothpaste, and hair/shaving gels.

Air Travelers from across the country are appalled at the extreme measures taken, citing that "although security measures are essential in today's fight against terrorism, certain allowances should be implemented to answer the need for personal hygiene in the skies."

CareFair.com, after receiving requests from its community of visitors, is hosting the No Liquid Flight Petition. The objective of this petition, managed at CareFair.com, is to modify this arbitrary decision, and convince the TSA to define a pre-approved and safe set of personal hygiene and care necessities for men and women travelers.

After receiving 50,000 signatures, CareFair.com will initiate the process with the TSA to define, approve and implement the modifications as set forth in the petition.

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