Trump Order on Blacklisting 

In March, President Trump signed a joint resolution eliminating the rule, which had required bidders on federal projects with a value in excess of $500K to report state and federal labor and safety violations within the past three years. The Blacklisting rule, also known as the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order 13673, only went into effect in October 2016.

The building industry would certainly favor a vacation from regulatory reporting. It remains to be seen if the Order will have an effect on insurance premiums.

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