Opinion: Taxpayers deserve to know what controllers' union requests

04/17/2006 | Wall Street Journal, The

The air-traffic controllers union is trying to keep the FAA from informing the public about the contract terms it is seeking, the Wall Street Journal editorial board writes. Meanwhile, the air-traffic control system needs expensive upgrades. The FAA has the obligation to inform taxpayers about how funds are spent, the board writes.

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