New report: Prevailing wage repeal would cost Wisconsinites $300 million a year

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Repealing what remains of Wisconsin’s prevailing-wage laws would cost taxpayers more than $300 million a year, according to a new study from the Midwest Economic Policy Institute. The reported prompted state Democrats to hold a news conference Tuesday again expressing opposition to Republican plans to repeal the remaining prevailing-wage laws for state-commissioned projects. > Daily Reporter

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