Maryland Prevailing Wage Law (state)
The Maryland Prevailing Wage Law provides that construction workers on certain state and state-assisted projects are entitled to the locally prevailing wage, which is comprised of a basic hourly rate and fringe benefits rate. Examples of covered projects include school construction, affordable housing projects, and public roads.
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