A lawsuit on behalf of certain emergency medical technicians and paramedics says Kansas City has systematically reduced some salaries to circumvent a 2014 court ruling against the city on overtime pay.
A lawsuit on behalf of certain emergency medical technicians and paramedics says Kansas City has systematically reduced some salaries to circumvent a 2014 court ruling against the city on overtime pay. File photo by Chris Ochsner cochsner@kcstar.com
A lawsuit on behalf of certain emergency medical technicians and paramedics says Kansas City has systematically reduced some salaries to circumvent a 2014 court ruling against the city on overtime pay. File photo by Chris Ochsner cochsner@kcstar.com

Lawsuit claims Kansas City skirting court mandate on overtime pay for EMTs, paramedics

May 13, 2017 07:00 AM

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