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  • Union officials still making and spending big money

    The Star took a close look at the Kansas City, Kan. based Boilermakers union five years ago and found that union officials were making some of the highest salaries of union leaders in the U.S. and spent lavishly on travel and perks.

The Star took a close look at the Kansas City, Kan. based Boilermakers union five years ago and found that union officials were making some of the highest salaries of union leaders in the U.S. and spent lavishly on travel and perks. Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star
The Star took a close look at the Kansas City, Kan. based Boilermakers union five years ago and found that union officials were making some of the highest salaries of union leaders in the U.S. and spent lavishly on travel and perks. Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star

Union haul: Boilermakers leaders’ salaries and perks climb as membership sinks

April 15, 2017 11:27 AM