Lawmakers, construction companies and local government leaders sparred Tuesday over a Republican bill that would repeal Wisconsin’s prevailing wage law
Associated Builders and Contractors says the state could cut costs of public projects in Greater Minnesota.
The owner of Comstock Construction has been embroiled in a prolonged dispute with state officials over Minnesota’s prevailing-wage law, which requires contractors on state-funded projects to pay their workers a certain minimum wage that’s comparable to similar work in the community.
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