fair labor standards act

Insufficient legal protections and indifferent workplaces have caused many women to fall short of pediatric guidelines.
At the center of the legal battle is an Obama-era rule that vastly expanded overtime pay to salaried workers.
The plan, which passed the House Tuesday, would let companies pay workers with time instead of money.
The struggle for the eight-hour day was real.
Workers want more family time, control over their hours and fair compensation. This bill would make it harder.
Last, week, under the cover of a media bliss-out except among Koch funded right-wing channels, the House of Representatives passed a bill which would effectively repeal future standard setting under every important environmental, public health, consumer protection, labor standards, occupational safety and civil rights law on the books.
Responses to these cries seemed, for the most part, predictable. ### He wrote this for the December 4 issue of The Virginian
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