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Trump's Labor Department wants salary level to determine whether workers receive overtime

The U.S. Labor Department says it intends to consider salary level when determining who is eligible for overtime pay. But it hasn't yet set the maximum earnings a worker can have and still qualify for overtime. That's according to a brief filed Friday with the federal appeals court in New Orleans...
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