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  • Local 150 Fight Back Fund Hits Airwaves in Support of Indiana Road Funding

    As Indiana Senators prepare to debate a sustainable, long-term infrastructure funding plan that would create $1.2 billion in annual revenue, Local 150 has launched a new commercial as part of a campaign to support new funding. Indiana’s House of Representatives approved …

  • Indiana Contract Update

    by David Fagan, Financial Secretary – As we move into the work season, there has been a tremendous amount of uncertainty.  Some of that uncertainty is still outstanding.  Some of it has been resolved.  The Indiana office negotiates over 140 different …

  • Union Contractor Comes in Under Budget, Could Lower Toll Rates

    According to a February 22nd article in the Daily Herald, Kane County officials let the next phase of the Longmeadow Parkway to Plote Construction at a cost 25% below engineer estimates. The County plans to collect tolls on the bridge to …

  • Local 150 Coat Drive Collects Nearly 1,000 Coats and Winter Clothes

    The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 150 is making sure local families do not go cold in this harsh Midwest winter. The union held a coat drive during the month of December and collected nearly 1,000 coats, hats and …

  • Local 150 Lawsuit Strikes Down Local “Right to Work” Law

    In a decision issued on January 7th, United States District Judge Matthew Kennelly found that the local “right to work” law passed by the Village of Lincolnshire, Illinois in 2015 is pre-empted by federal law, and that only states and …

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