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Flight Attendants seek workplace protections

Posted on February 26, 2010 | in Labor News | by

Lede: Flight attendants are working to get Congress to approve an FAA Re-Authorization bill that includes some workplace protections in the air. Doug Cunningham reports.

By Doug Cunningham

Front and center for flight attendants is health and safety on the job. Bill McGlashen is Executive Assistant to the President at the Association fo Flight Attendants –CWA. He says it’s vital that Congress include protections for flight attendants in the FAA Re-Authorization, because the FAA has sole jurisdiction over the airlines.

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