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Seeking common ground on budget

Paul Snyder [email protected] The state Legislature’s budget conference committee has a long to-do list before striking a compromise between the Senate and Assembly versions of the spending package. The following list breaks down, according to budget topics, construction-related items that ...

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Cities losing prevailing wage momentum

Sean Ryan [email protected] Municipalities are losing their battle to reverse a decision that would require prevailing wages be paid on more projects. Thirteen municipalities are appealing Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development decisions requiring developers pay prevailing wages when building streets ...

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Volley over prevailing wage continues

Sean Ryan and Paul Snyder [email protected] [email protected] The Wisconsin Legislature now is involved in an ongoing battle over whether the state’s prevailing wage rules should apply to municipal turnkey projects. The Assembly Committee on Labor soon will review a bill ...

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