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David G. Tuerck

Next target: the prevailing wage law

By David G. Tuerck
August 20, 2008

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GOVERNOR DEVAL PATRICK'S announcement that the state will substitute civilian flaggers for police details on public-works projects represents a watershed in Massachusetts politics. A Democratic, pro-labor governor taking on one of the state's most powerful unions - who knows where this could lead? (Full article: 721 words)

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