On December 7, 2009, the Senate Labor Committee approved a bill (S3094) requiring any contractor or subcontractor bidding on any public work to participate in a registered apprenticeship program for each separate trade involved on the job. The committee amended the bill to “phase in” the apprenticeship requirement in a manner which provides an opportunity for contractors which do not now have apprenticeship programs to make the transition needed to comply with the requirement.

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