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Are absent workers causing delays at airport security? TSA says no, others disagree

Are absences of Transportation Security Administration officers slowing down airport screening lines? Depends on whom you ask.

The TSA says no there's little or no difference in staffing levels. But other air-travel organizations are citing delays and at least one travel expert is warning fliers to give

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