Airport concession workers hold informational picket July 24.
(Sun photo by Candy Thomson / July 24, 2013)
BWI Marshall airport concessions workers held an informational picket before the state Board of Public Works vote Wednesday morning on a massive expansion program that will set the table for more international flights.
Workers say they act as good will ambassadors and travel information sources for BWI's millions of annual passengers. But, they say, they don't get medical insurance, sick leave or paid vacations from AirMall USA, the company that manages airport concessions.
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