LANSING, MI (MPRN)-- The Michigan Supreme Court won’t review issues against a ballot initiative to end prevailing wage, so the measure must move forward.
Lawmakers could vote on the measure as soon as next week.
Prevailing wage requires union-level wages be paid on state funded construction projects.
The Board of State Canvassers originally deadlocked on whether to approve the petition. There was a question about whether some signatures were valid. Now the board will meet on Friday to reconsider. Once it’s certified, the measure goes to the Legislature.