Unions battle for TSA workers' loyalty

12/14/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Union officials argue that better morale among TSA workers will help improve aviation security, and President Barack Obama is widely expected to make good on his campaign promise to extend collective bargaining rights. Behind the scenes, two unions are feverishly signing up new members in hopes of representing some 40,000 TSA screeners nationwide.

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