Montana became the second state in the country to pass legislation restricting project labor agreements on public projects. The law says that public entities may not require project labor agreements on publicly funded projects. Utah became the first state when it passed legislation in 1995.
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For plumbers in Flint, Mich., “it’s been a heck of a year,” said Harold T. Harrington, a master plumber and pipefitter working as the business manager for Flint’s United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters, Local 370. Read more stories in 2017 March Issue.