A class-action lawsuit says that workers in the Jackson County Courthouse in downtown Kansas City during its 1983 renovation should have lifelong medical testing because of the asbestos removed, allegedly without precautions, during that time.
A class-action lawsuit says that workers in the Jackson County Courthouse in downtown Kansas City during its 1983 renovation should have lifelong medical testing because of the asbestos removed, allegedly without precautions, during that time. File photo by The Kansas City Star
A class-action lawsuit says that workers in the Jackson County Courthouse in downtown Kansas City during its 1983 renovation should have lifelong medical testing because of the asbestos removed, allegedly without precautions, during that time. File photo by The Kansas City Star

Asbestos lawsuit over Jackson County Courthouse seeks millions

March 28, 2015 03:55 PM

UPDATED March 28, 2015 10:12 PM

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