Assn. of Flight Attendants-CWA issued a statement in support of last week's decision by the Congressional subcommittee on economic security, infrastructure protection and cybersecurity to accept the Leave All Blades Behind amendment attached to the US Transportation Security Administration's reform bill. The amendment would reverse the TSA decision to allow certain kinds of scissors and tools back onboard aircraft (ATWOnline, Dec. 5, 2005). "We are thrilled by this bipartisan effort to ...

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