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  • Repealing prevailing wage law would weaken state economy, study says

    Repealing the state of Illinois' prevailing wage law would not result in any significant savings for taxpayers or the state, says a new study co-written by Robert Bruno, a professor of labor and employment relations on the Urbana campus.

    Repealing the state of Illinois' prevailing wage law would not result in any significant savings for taxpayers or the state, says a new study co-written by Robert Bruno, a professor of labor and employment relations on the Urbana campus.

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      Repealing the state of Illinois' prevailing wage law would not result in any significant savings for taxpayers or the state, says a new study co-written by Robert Bruno, a professor of labor and employment relations on the Urbana campus.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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  • To contact Robert Bruno, call 630-487-0013; email bbruno@illinois.edu. The paper, “A Weakened State: The Economic and Social Impacts of Repeal of the Prevailing Wage Law in Illinois," is available online.