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Veterans preference fraud widespread but government prosecutes few cases

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Part four of a five-part series. To see the complete series, along with video, interactive graphics and documents, click here. Billions of federal dollars were flowing to small businesses owned by service-disabled veterans, and a pair of construction contractors in St. Louis wanted a piece of it. But Michael Woodling and Joseph Madlinger were not disabled veterans, so they couldn't qualify for...

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