The National Labor Relations Board has cleared the way for privately-hired security screeners at Kansas City International Airport to unionize. The company that employs them had argued they should not be able to unionize because their federal counterparts are not allowed to join unions. But the NLRB says Congress has not prohibited private screeners from unionizing – just federally-paid ones. KCI is one of six airports using privately-hired screeners.
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