A federal case? Not...
Originally Posted by Chicago Dog
Yes, actually, they most certainly do have authority to stop you. You're on federal property and they're in-charge of protecting that property. Once you cross over onto federal property, the rules change drastically.
Huh? Federal property? Maybe an Air Force or Navy base...but airports are typically the property of local government agencies or private parties.
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