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PLAs a good deal for unions, not taxpayers

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For years Westchester County Assemblywoman Sandy Galef has been trying to reform the state Wicks Law, which runs up the cost of public works projects by requiring that different parts of the project be bid separately, but has gotten nowhere because of union opposition. Now, apparently on the theory that if you can’t beat them, capitulate to them, she is holding a roundtable next week to discuss an alternative that will allow school districts, governments ...

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