By Rebecca Koenig
A MILLION MORE WORKERS could be eligible for overtime pay if the Trump administration succeeds in extending that right to people who earn less than $35,308 per year, up from the current threshold of $23,660.
It seems like a victory for workers, but labor advocates are unhappy. That’s because the Trump proposal is far less sweeping than one the Obama administration pitched three years ago.
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