TSA agents vote to unionize, but no union gets a majority

Federal officials say a runoff will be held to determine which union will represent Transportation Security Administration screeners. The TSA employees voted for union representation, with 84% supporting unionization. However, none of the unions vying to represent them received majority support, which is required under law. Meanwhile, TSA Administrator John Pistole reiterated that unionization would not jeopardize security. "The safety of the traveling public remains our top priority, and I have made clear we will not negotiate on security," he said.

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