Newly Unionized Airport Security Screeners Get First Contract

What about a union that protects citizens' rights? Oh, that's the government?


The nation's 44,000 newly unionized airport screeners have ratified their first-ever collective bargaining agreement, giving them more say in what they wear on the job, the shifts they work and the time off they take, whether they can change from part-time to full-time work or back, their union announced today.