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Reforms will give working families more time, money, or both. Now it’s up to OMB to approve the final rule.
Start by passing an increase to the federal minimum wage.
NELP’s Christine Owens explains the Obama administration’s proposed reform of overtime-pay rules on CSPAN’s “Washington Journal.”
Workers have been putting in more hours for less pay; the Labor Department’s taking a big step to fix that.
The new rules could be adopted by the end of 2015, says NELP’s Christine Owens.
For too long, America’s workers have been spending more hours at work but bringing home less pay.
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