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September 4, 2014 9:51 AM

Workers underpaid on KC housing project

When Uncle Sam doled out $4.5 million in stimulus money to fix up low-income housing in Kansas City, it should have been a win-win for everybody. Instead, some workers were underpaid by up to $20 an hour, according to federal records.

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