Today in Labor History

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January 9, 2003


Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Administrator James Loy announces that “mandatory collective bargaining is not compatible with the flexibility required to wage a war against terrorism.” The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) filed a lawsuit the next day challenging the denial of bargaining rights to TSA baggage handlers and screeners.


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