Construction workers receive $1.1M payout in wage theft case over Long Beach high school project
Principal Felicia Anderson greets new students on the first day of school at the new Richard D. Browning High School in Long Beach, which opened Aug. 30, 2017 at Obispo Avenue and Hill Street. Photo by Brad Graverson/SCNG/The Daily Breeze/ More than 100 construction workers who helped build Browning High School in Long Beach received an average of about $7,200 in restitution in a settlement of a wage theft case against an Orange County subcontractor that was founded to have cheated on employees and kept false pay records.
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