Six Legislators Defend the Right of California Cities to Enact Policies Guaranteeing Fair and Open Competition for Construction Contracts

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For background on the union-backed Senate Bill 829, go to my post here: Unions Use Power Over California Legislature to Suppress Local Government Contracting Authority and Push for Project Labor Agreements.

Senator Joel Anderson (R-Temecula/El Cajon) opposes Senate Bill 829:
“It’s just a drill for the special interests.”

Senator Mark Wyland (R-San Juan Capistrano/Carlsbad) opposes Senate Bill 829:
“Let’s not burden our cities any more.”

Assemblyman Brian Jones opposes Senate Bill 829:
“Let’s stand up for the rights of voters.”

Assemblywoman Diane Harkey (R-San Juan Capistrano) opposes Senate Bill 829:
“Local cities manage their finances better than Sacramento.”

Assemblymember Don Wagner (R-Irvine) opposes Senate Bill 829:
“The Courts have told us this type of law is unconstitutional.”

Assemblymember Shannon Grove (R-Bakersfield) opposes Senate Bill 829:
“We owe our duty to the Constitution, not the Unions.”

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