Photo: Courtesy, TSA. US Transportation Security Administration head John Pistole on Friday issued a decision he said "provides a framework" to allow TSA's more than 60,000 airport screeners to unionize "for the purposes of engaging in limited, clearly defined collective bargaining at the national level only on non-security employment issues." Congressional Republicans strongly vowed to block screener unionization. "The safety of the traveling public is ...

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