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August 25, 2014 4:01 PM

Discrimination settlements have been costly for KC residents

In the last three years, Kansas City has paid out at least a whopping $6.2 million to end age, race or gender discrimination lawsuits by former city employees. The city needs to do a better job of laying off or firing its employees, or reorganizing agency functions at 12th and Oak streets.

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