Senate leader says prevailing wage picture looks fuzzy

MADISON - The state Senate's leader says he's talking to his colleagues to gauge support for repealing or revising Wisconsin's prevailing wage law but a committee's moves this week is making the picture fuzzier.

Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald told reporters Wednesday that he's having one-on-one conversations with his caucus about what they would support.

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos has said he doesn't have the votes to pass a repeal in that house. Regardless, Sen. Stephen Nass, the Senate's labor committee chairman, has plunged ahead on a bill that would repeal the law.

Full story: WJFW

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