I haven't posted in a long time but I am so mad and really wanted to get this out there. My daughter, type 1, 13 years old, is at Six Flags Atlanta today with her school group. She carried a small bag with her with all of her medical supplies. We had season passes to Carowinds last year and always carried the bag on the rides with us because the other option was to put it in a cubby where anyone could walk off with it after the ride is over. It was never a problem. But as she was getting on her first ride there today, they told her she couldn't carry the bag onto the ride with her--no one can carry a bag with them on the rides for safety reasons. She called me upset because they told her she would have to rent a locker. So I called Six Flags and told them the situation and they said that yes that is their policy and she could rent a locker at each ride to put it in. And she would have to pay $3.00 AT EACH AND EVERY RIDE. JUST TO HAVE HER MEDICAL BAG WITH HER SHE WOULD HAVE TO PAY THAT MUCH EXTRA. We asked to speak to a manager and was told he would tell us the same thing. They would not budge at all. We finally called First Aid and told them the situation and they first told us the same thing. My husband went off on them so they finally agreed to give her a medical sticker to put on the bag and she would be fine. So the problem got resolved but it was two hours before she got to ride her first ride because we were having to deal with this. There is no way that can be legal right? What is the policy at other amusement parks?