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October 19, 2017
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The quantity of things that Americans leave at TSA checkpoints is staggering.

Last year alone, the TSA collected nearly $1 million worth of coins and bills forgotten by travelers at security checkpoints. At the Los Angeles International Airport in a singlemonth in 2015, the TSA found 154 laptops, 98 cell phones, 229 driver’s licenses, 18 iPads, and 32 wallets—3,705 items in all, according to the LA Times.

And each year, this figure rises.

So imagine how many laptops will...

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