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Toledo council slams brakes on rush for pro-union deal
Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson tried to push through a controversial project labor agreement provision this week, but was stymied by the Republicans, independents, and one of the Democrats on Toledo City Council who demanded she slow down. The proposed ordinance would apply to all construction contracts, $100,000 or greater, supported by the city, and require negotiating project labor agreements with the Northwest Ohio Building and Construction Trades Council, a cooperative of unions.

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Mayor Hicks-Hudson won’t stem Toledo’s population loss by refusing to acknowledge its reality.

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