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  Posted on: Saturday, January 12, 2019
MIA TSA Employees at Miami International Airport Prompt Concourse Shutdown
Homeland Security Today
Due to “uncertainties” created by the ongoing partial government shutdown, Miami International Airport closed one of its terminals throughout the weekend. The cause of the uncertainty? Too many Transportation Security Administration screeners are not showing up.

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