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Big savings for ending prevailing wage

MUNCIE, Ind. — In 1931, the federal Davis-Bacon Act mandated that wages paid to contracted workers on government construction projects be set at the prevailing level. That “prevailing wage” effectively ended competition on salaries for businesses bidding for federal government construction jobs.The most likely reason for the initial prevailing wage laws is that the legislation ...
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