Employers’ sanctions law allowed federal govt to go after whistle-blowers, not the employer who defrauded the govt

Queens, NY- When livery drivers working 80-90 hours/week for Yes Car Service demanded better working conditions, for their boss to pay them wages, the right to claim unemployment, stop intimidating and threatening them, and exposed their boss’ failure to pay taxes, federal agents charged whistleblowers with conspiracy and let the employer off the hook even after being indicted in federal court for defrauding Medicaid.

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