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Report: Northwest Ohio a great place for construction workers to live and work

A recently released report shows Northwest Ohio is one of the top four locations in the country for construction workers to live and work. ABODO, an apartment search app, has released a series of reports discussing what cities offer the highest job density, best pay and most affordable rental prices for a certain occupation. In […]

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Proposed law would make Prevailing Wage optional in Ohio

Construction workers throughout Ohio  stand to lose an estimated 16 percent of their paycheck if a recently introduced a bill to make the state’s prevailing wage law optional for municipalities becomes law. On Feb. 27, State Sen. Matt Huffman, R-Lima, introduced Senate Bill 72, which gives the state’s governing bodies the ability to pay construction […]

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We Defend and Protect Our Construction Industry Professionals

We support laws and mandates that strengthen community standards and safety. Prevailing Wage Prevailing Wage laws require construction contractors who work on publicly funded projects to pay construction workers at least the prevailing wages and benefits in the area in which they are working. So-Called Right to Work On its surface, “So-Called Right to Work” […]

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Undercover Seattle officer trained as drywaller, investigates abusive contractor

A Seattle contractor who obtained more than $1 million in government contracts now faces criminal charges, accused of scamming workers out of pay as part of a scheme to underbid competitors. The Seattle Post Intelligencer has the full story on the investigation that saw a Seattle police officer trained as a drywall installer, who then […]

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