Repeal Of Indiana’s Construction Law One Step Closer To Reality

The repeal of Indiana's construction wage law is one step closer to reality. By a 27 to 22 vote, the Indiana Senate narrowly approved a Republican-led push to repeal the state law that sets wages for public construction projects. They voted yesterday to support eliminating the boards that set wages for state or local projects costing more than $300,000. The Senate vote comes two days after thousands of workers rallied at the Statehouse against the repeal. The House earlier approved a similar bill, and a final agreement must still be reached.