Contract to Cheat: Florida's construction industry rip-off, a special report

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Contract to Cheat: Florida's construction industry rip-off, a special report
Contract to Cheat Across the country, roughly 10 million construction workers spend each day in a dangerous and fickle industry. They hang drywall, lay carpet, shingle roofs. Yet in the eyes of their bosses, they aren't employees due the benefits the …
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40 Million Tons Of Toxic Coal Waste Sit Next To Prison With 'Alarming Rates Of
It's not known exactly how many of these ponds exist throughout the United States, though the EPA estimates there are around 600, storing coal ash for potential reuse in concrete, cement, or drywall, or for nothing at all. Ash ponds have a history of …
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Report: 1-in-6 Construction Workers in California Part of 'Informal Economy'
And roughly one quarter of the one-in-six construction workers in the informal economy were in the specialty trades, such as drywall and flooring, the report states. Informal employment in California construction has risen 400 percent since 1972, and …
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