US Airways jets are shown parked at their gates at the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. Under a bill approved by the House on Tuesday, newly-hired veterans working for the Federal Aviation Administration could soon qualify for paid sick leave, if their disability rating exceeds 30 percent.
US Airways jets are shown parked at their gates at the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. Under a bill approved by the House on Tuesday, newly-hired veterans working for the Federal Aviation Administration could soon qualify for paid sick leave, if their disability rating exceeds 30 percent. Chuck Burton/AP
US Airways jets are shown parked at their gates at the Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. Under a bill approved by the House on Tuesday, newly-hired veterans working for the Federal Aviation Administration could soon qualify for paid sick leave, if their disability rating exceeds 30 percent. Chuck Burton/AP