Opinion: Security could take second place to agents' "rights"

03/11/2011 | Wall Street Journal, The

The unionization of the Transportation Security Administration has the potential to undermine security, The Wall Street Journal writes. The Journal notes that unions compete with and weaken public priorities. "This will stymie or delay the TSA's ability to quickly move workers to heightened security risks, to institute new procedures, or to keep terrorists guessing," the Journal writes.

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