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    See also this article from May 29, 2008:

    [ . . . ]  The visit is also significant because the state is investigating whether the company cheated employees out of $142,000 in wages on government projects, including Quakertown Middle School.
     
    The state says the underpayments violated the state’s Prevailing Wage Law, which sets pay rates for work on projects involving government entities. The charges could result in a three-year ban on any government work for Worth.
     
    But Worth officials have said the state is unfairly targeting the company — the state’s largest nonunion mechanical contractor.
     
    Republican lawmakers have backed Worth with letters to the state attorney general arguing that state labor and industry officials were overly aggressive in pursuing what they called minor noncompliance with the wage law.

    There's no doubt that they are republicans

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