A bill that would increase training standards for certain laborers dealing with hazardous materials and require businesses to pay the prevailing wage in merit shops has been given another extension after the Senate Black Caucus refused to sign off on the bill again as a deal between the caucus and the bill’s sponsor fell apart Thursday.

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