State Republicans Would Stop Local Labor Requirements

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From Wisconsin conservative James Wigderson:

State Rep Rob Hutton and state Sen Leah Vukmir have introduced a bill to end the ability of local governments to require contractors from entering into project labor agreements when working on a public project:

“We’re basically eliminating the ability for a municipality to require that a contractor enter into a project labor agreement for collective bargaining around labor and labor wages,” the Brookfield Republican said in an interview Thursday.

“We don’t want government either to prohibit or require a project labor agreement,” Hutton added.

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