All 18 Democratic lawmakers from the US House Homeland Security Committee have 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 to extend beyond the current agreement’s expiration in December 2019. Those remarks came during a May 1 Committee hearing held to discuss the agency’s budget. In a May 2 letter to ...

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