New York state may require contractors working on the $80 million Champlain Bridge to submit project labor agreements, showing they have hired union workers or are paying union rates. The state chapter of Associated General Contractors has voiced opposition to the proposal. "I think I'll be able to delay that project," said A.J. Castlebuono, president of the 600-member New York AGC. "We will seek injunctive relief in state and maybe federal courts."
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