May 4, 2016

White House weighs overtime rule changes

From: The Hill

By Lydia Wheeler

The White House has some big decisions to make before signing off on the Labor Department’s widely contested rule to expand overtime pay, one of the biggest regulatory initiatives of President Obama’s second term.


Groups have flocked to the White House Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) to ask for last-minute changes to the rule, which was submitted for final review on March 14. The White House office held 22 meetings on the proposal in April, according to its calendar, and groups say more meetings are planned this week.

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