The Greater Cincinnati Building and Construction Trades Council has filed a lawsuit to insure developers pay prevailing wages on all facets of a $78 million project in the Clifton Heights area of Cincinnati. The union is suing Towne Calhoun Development and Al Neyer Inc., developers of the U Square at The Loop project.
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House Committee Rejects Further “So Called Right to Work” Hearings
“So Called Right to Work” opponents were out in full force at the Ohio Statehouse Tuesday, vocalizing their disapproval over a pair of bills aiming to strip workers of protections afforded by unions despite top Republicans’ claims of a lack of pro-labor support.
Hundreds congregated outside the capitol building in Columbus while the House Manufacturing & Workforce Development Committee heard testimony from Rep. Kristina Roegner (R-Hudson) and Rep. Ron Maag (R-Lebanon) on bills to enshrine language in the state constitution making it illegal to require union membership as a condition of employment.
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