(KOMO) The partial government shutdown is causing new concerns for air travel.
At Sea-Tac Airport, Transportation Security Administration officers are showing the strains of working without a paycheck and some are threatening to quit. That could end up hurting air travelers if security checkpoints turn into "chokepoints."
Because the government considers them “essential,” TSA officers remain on the job during the federal shutdown. However, the local union president said that may not last.
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