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Mendoza signs executive order to focus on prevailing wage Mendoza signs executive order to focus on prevailing wage

Mendoza signs executive order to focus on prevailing wage

With a $45 billion, six-year capital infrastructure plan becoming law earlier this year, Comptroller Susana Mendoza signed an executive order Tuesday aimed at refocusing enforcement of state prevailing wage laws for construction projects receiving state money. On Tuesday, she warned of halted checks for any contractor if it comes to her attention workers are not receiving the prevailing wage.
Pritzker has signed 370 bills thus far, vetoed 3 Pritzker has signed 370 bills thus far, vetoed 3

Pritzker has signed 370 bills thus far, vetoed 3

The General Assembly passed 599 bills this legislative session, and Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed 370 of them and vetoed just three as of Monday afternoon. He approved of more than 150 of those bills Friday as the clock ticks on the 226 remaining measures which passed both houses of the Legislature but have not yet been acted upon by the governor.
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