U.S. House Democrats Press TSA To Preserve Collective Bargaining
WASHINGTON—All 18 Democratic lawmakers from the U.S. House Homeland Security Committee called on TSA to continue allowing collective bargaining for its frontline workforce, following comments from TSA Administrator David Pekoske that he has “not made a decision yet” on whether to allow the practice...
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