Non-Union Contractors Hit with $400k Fine in Deadly Philly Building Collapse

November 15, 2013
Federal officials cite abhorrent violations of safety standards for imposing roughly $400,000 in fines against two non-union contractors responsible for the a disastrous building demolition project in Philadelphia, PA that resulted in six deaths and more than a dozen injuries.
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