Roofing firms sue Delaware over prevailing wage appeal decisions

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Two roofing companies are suing the Delaware Department of Labor claiming an office run by Senate President Pro Tem Anthony DeLuca is not properly enforcing labor laws and thwarting contractors from appealing prevailing-wage decisions.

March 06, 2012

Two roofing companies are suing the Delaware Department of Labor claiming an office run by Senate President Pro Tem Anthony DeLuca is not properly enforcing labor laws and thwarting contractors from appealing prevailing-wage decisions. The lawsuits stem from DeLuca's Office of Labor Law Enforcement trying to force the companies to pay a sheet-metal worker’s wage rate for installing foam insulation on a metal roof—nearly tripling the hourly rate.

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