By Colby Hamilton
NEW YORK CITY — A state Supreme Court judge rejected the city’s prevailing wage law for specific city-supported projects on ...
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Whether it is for reporting, procurement, accounting, equal rights or many other purposes, part of the contract any business makes with the government is to abide by the rules.
WASHINGTON -- In his attempts to tar former Sen. Rick Santorum as fiscally irresponsible, GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has been knocking his o...
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