Oct 142021
 

[78] Those who reject LPAs indicate that agreements impact competition for project bids and reduce the number of potential bidders, as non-unionized contractors are less likely to bid due to the potential restrictions that a LPA would represent. [66] According to opponents of the agreements, reduced competition results in higher bids and higher costs for the proponent. [55] In addition, the challengers argue that costs could also be increased if contractors have higher expenses under an APL […].

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