Mich. Prevailing Wage Policy Gets Appellate Court's Backing

By Danielle Ferguson (February 2, 2024, 7:29 PM EST) -- A Michigan agency did not overstep its authority when it required that workers on certain state-funded construction projects be paid a prevailing wage, an appellate court panel has ruled, finding the Legislature's repeal of the Prevailing Wage Act did not remove the agency's ability to impose certain terms on state contracts....

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