A large crew of workers helped build the Interstate 64, 55 and 70 interchange and approaches in East St. Louis for the new Mississippi River Bridge in 2013. The Illinois Policy Institute has released a study that says repealing the Prevailing Wage Act could help stimulate the construction sector while saving money on public projects.
A large crew of workers helped build the Interstate 64, 55 and 70 interchange and approaches in East St. Louis for the new Mississippi River Bridge in 2013. The Illinois Policy Institute has released a study that says repealing the Prevailing Wage Act could help stimulate the construction sector while saving money on public projects. Derik Holtmann dholtmann@bnd.com
A large crew of workers helped build the Interstate 64, 55 and 70 interchange and approaches in East St. Louis for the new Mississippi River Bridge in 2013. The Illinois Policy Institute has released a study that says repealing the Prevailing Wage Act could help stimulate the construction sector while saving money on public projects. Derik Holtmann dholtmann@bnd.com

Illinois needs to dictate construction wages so campaign cash keeps flowing

December 17, 2017 04:30 PM