Wisconsin Senate Bill 3: Ban Project Labor Agreements

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Wisconsin Senate Bill 3: Ban Project Labor Agreements

 

Check out this key bill recently passed by elected officials in Wisconsin, and check-in to the VoteSpotter app to see how your legislators voted.

 

Senate Bill 3, Ban project labor agreements: Passed 19 to 13 in the state Senate on February 8, 2017

 

To prohibit the state or local governments from requiring the use of project labor agreements in bids for contracts. Project labor agreements require that non-union contractors bidding on a government project must pay employee union dues and contribute to union pension and health insurance benefit funds, even though their employees are not union members.

 

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