2013-08-29 / Local News
Local Road Repairs and Building Projects Go Undone in PA Due to Prevailing Wage Law
HEARING HIGHLIGHTS WIDESPREAD FINANCIAL TROUBLES
Pennsylvania’s prevailing wage laws costs jobs, taxes and economic development according to municipal officials who testified before the House Labor and Industry Committee Thursday in State College. Rep. Stephen Bloom who presided over the meeting, said reform of the Prevailing Wage Law is needed for the benefit of taxpayers.
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