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Bill Information: 
MC/PG 107-19 Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission – Discrimination – Prohibited in Contracts
Sponsor Delegate Carr
Synopsis For the purpose of prohibiting the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission from entering into a contract unless the contract contains a certain nondiscrimination provision; requiring the Commission to provide a contractor a reasonable opportunity to cure a certain defect in a contract or subcontract; authorizing the Commission to void a contract if a contractor fails to cure a certain defect; establishing that a contractor is entitled to the reasonable value of certain work and materials if the contractor fails to cure a certain defect; stating that a contract remains in force according to revised terms if a contractor cures a certain defect; authorizing the Commission to compel a contractor to continue performance under a contract under certain circumstances; establishing that the Commission is liable for no more than the reasonable value of certain work and materials provided by the contractor after a certain date if the Commission compels performance; requiring the Commission to deduct money paid under a certain contract from money due for the reasonable value of certain work and materials provided by the contractor after a certain date if the Commission compels performance; authorizing a contractor to void a subcontract if the subcontractor fails to comply with the requirements of a nondiscrimination provision; establishing that a contractor is liable for no more than the reasonable value of certain work and materials provided by a subcontractor if a contractor voids a subcontract under certain circumstances; repealing a certain provision requiring a nondiscrimination clause in certain contracts; and generally relating to the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission and nondiscrimination provisions in contracts entered into by the Commission.
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