Legislation was introduced earlier this week that would increase Baltimore City’s minimum wage by an astounding 81 percent over the next four years. “All we have heard from our elected … Read More

Of Narrow Misses and Near Escapes:

Despite a Rash of Bad Bills, Legislators Make the Right Decisions to Move Maryland Forward 2016 Legislative Wrap-Up The merit shop construction industry, and business-forward legislators, worked hard to ensure … Read More

‘Let Me See Your Credentials’

Foundation for Fair Contracting Has a Knack for Getting Contractors to Turn Over Private Records Invariably, on most busy construction job sites, you will have people occasionally wander onto the … Read More

Prevailing Wage Reform, In the Wrong Direction

With spending inefficiencies, cost overruns, and other financial headaches on public construction projects, it’s clear that Maryland needs to rein in onerous laws that increase the costs of public construction. … Read More

Maryland as a Right-to-Work State?

Imagine if the ‘Free State’ were free when it comes to union representation. Earlier this month, the West Virginia Legislature voted to override Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s veto of the … Read More