San Diego Area Voters Again Say No to PLA Mandates

0 June 7, 2012  State & Local Construction

San Diego area voters again said no to wasteful and discriminatory project labor agreement (PLA) mandates on Tuesday.

Proposition A, the City of San Diego ballot initiative that will ban government-mandated PLAs on city funded construction projects, was approved with 58 percent of the vote.

The City of San Diego is the eighth most populous city in the U.S.

This was the fourth time voters in California got the opportunity to consider whether PLA mandates are appropriate on construction projects in their communities, and voters choose to ban these big labor handouts all four times.  (See: Chula Vista, Oceanside and San Diego County)

Here at TheTruthAboutPLAs,com, we hope politicians recognize that voters last night clearly indicated that they want quality and accountability – not Big Labor handouts – on public construction projects.

We hope the Brown administration and the Legislature got the message.

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