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A pair of Republican Senators want an investigation into reports that employees at a Missouri ObamaCare processing center are getting paid to do virtually nothing.
Recent reports by St. Louis’s KMOV have revealed employees don’t have the workload they expected at the center, which was awarded a $1.25 billion contract to handle paper insurance applications under the Affordable Care Act.
However, British outsourcing company Serco, which runs the facility in Wentzville. Mo., has allegedly told employees to stay put and continue refreshing their computers for new cases.