Dmitry discusses subcontracting issues and illegal immigration with Indianapolis roofer Kareem Hunter. Let us know what you think about both issues. We value all feedback.
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00:22 How often do subcontractors not get paid?
02:42 Big companies shorting subs
04:43 Illegal roofers
06:34 Border talk
07:22 Kareem’s passion
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