An editorial in The Detroit News calls for Gov.-elect Rick Snyder to issue an executive order after taking office that would put an end to project labor agreements, which use a tactic that drives up prices for government construction projects due to the “prevailing wage.”

The editorial cites a study done more than a decade ago by Richard Vedder, an adjunct scholar with the Center. More information on Michigan’s prevailing wage law can be found here.


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