House Hangout: Saving Local Tax Dollars through Prevailing Wage Reform

WHAT:          The third in a series of “House Hangout” discussions addressing the issue of Pennsylvania’s prevailing wage law. Prevailing wage has made it difficult for schools and municipal governments to get the best deal for taxpayers.   In this teleconference, legislators and others discuss the need for reform of Pennsylvania’s prevailing wage law.  (They all participated in a House Labor and Industry Committee hearing on this topic in State College last week.)

WHO:            Rep. Stephen Bloom (R-Cumberland); Rep. Dan Truitt (R-Chester); Rep. Fred Keller (R-Snyder/Union); Vana Dainty, vice president, Bellefonte Borough Council; Joshua Troxell, supervisor, Patton Township, Centre County and Tom Pyne, Legislative Outreach Coordinator of the House Republican Caucus.

WHEN:          Wednesday, Aug. 28, at 2:30 p.m.

(Google Hangout, a video conferencing platform)
Video will be available LIVE and shortly after event ends.

Media contact: Tom Pyne, 717.772.2059,; Rick Leiner, 717.260.6437,

Office of Majority Leader Mike Turzai

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