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Byline: Sharon Linstedt
Nov. 19--More than 100 airport security workers at Buffalo Niagara International Airport are wondering about their fate now that Congress has approved a compromise bill that will federalize screeners and tighten several aspects of airport security.
The 120 local employees of International Total Services are among about 28,000 screeners nationwide who face an uncertain future under the beefed-up federal airport security program.
"The biggest question is: Are they going to incorporate existing workers into the new federal program?" said Bill Buncy, an International Total Services checkpoint supervisor and screener.
Buncy, a Depew resident who has an extensive background in professional security work, said …