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Watchdog report: Workers with disabilities earn pennies per hour

Workers at a Chenango County nonprofit are paid as little as 33 cents an hour to package pharmaceuticals while the CEO’s annual compensation exceeds $400,000. They are among thousands of workers across New York state — and more than 200,000 nationwide — employed under a little-known section of the Fair Labor Standards Act that allows employers to compensate people with disabilities below the federal $7.25 minimum wage…Read More


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