NYC Lets Luxury Building Owners Stiff Workers and Still Get a Tax Break

Source: Cezary Podkul and Marcelo Rochabrun, ProPublica, December 30, 2015

City regulators haven’t enforced a 2007 law that requires doormen, janitors and other service workers at taxpayer-subsidized apartment buildings to be paid wages comparable to union rates.
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Source: ProPublica, 2015
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