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Repeals prevailing wage law

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To amend sections 121.083, 123.281, 164.07, 176.011, 307.022, 307.671, 307.673, 307.674, 307.696, 351.06, 353.03, 1311.25, 1506.44, 1509.071, 1710.02, 5540.03, and 6117.012 and to repeal sections 176.05, 4115.03, 4115.031, 4115.033, 4115.034, 4115.04, 4115.05, 4115.06, 4115.07, 4115.071, 4115.08, 4115.09, 4115.10, 4115.101, 4115.11, 4115.12, 4115.13, 4115.131, 4115.132, 4115.133, 4115.14, 4115.15, 4115.16, 4115.21, 4115.99, and 6121.061 of the Revised Code to repeal the Prevailing Wage Law.

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Primary Sponsors

Ron Hood
Bill Dean


John Becker
Thomas E. Brinkman, Jr.
Candice Keller
George F. Lang
Derek Merrin
Craig S. Riedel
Kristina Roegner
Tim Schaffer
Andy Thompson
Paul Zeltwanger

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