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Supreme Court Declines to Publish Prevailing Wage Decision

The Supreme Court has denied a request to publish a decision by the First District Court of Appeal in Southern California Labor/Management Operating Engineers Contract Compliance Committee v. Rea (Ford Construction Company), S150828, A113481, affirming a judgment that denied a petition for writ of mandate against acting director John M. Rea of the California Department of Industrial Relations. The judgment upheld Rea's “Decision on Administrative Appeal” that certain work done under contract in the remediation of a toxic waste site pursuant to a consent decree obtained by the Environmental Protection Agency, is not subject to this state’s Prevailing Wage Law because it is not a “public works” project as defined by the PWL..

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