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Hundreds of American Airlines workers claim the new uniforms are making them sick (AA)

Some American Airlines employees are claiming that their new uniforms are causing them to have headaches and break out in hives, according to a report from the Chicago Business Journal. The world's largest airline by fleet introduced new uniforms for pilots, flight attendants, and customer service employees earlier this month. It was the first time in almost 30 years that the company updated its uniforms.
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