TSA to cut fewer airport screening jobs

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The federal Transportation Security Administration has decided not to cut as many security screening jobs at the Burlington International Airport as it had planned to. The agency will cut 23 of the 97 jobs. Last month the TSA announced plans to cut 35 screening positions.

Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy asked the agency to reconsider its decision. The agency announced Friday that it has decided to cut fewer positions.

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