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August 28, 2018

New study Says Prevailing Wage Repeal Has Led to Lower Construction Costs

State Journal – A new academic report from researchers at the University of Kentucky found West Virginia’s repeal of the prevailing wage in 2016 has led to lower construction costs for public projects. Read

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