Texas AFL-CIO Fears Trump Abandoning Obama's Overtime-Pay Rule

Labor group fears Trump's DOJ, Labor secretary won't defend new regulations.

, Texas Lawyer

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The Texas AFL-CIO wants to intervene as a defendant in the challenge over the U.S. Labor Department's overtime-pay rule, fearing that federal agencies under Donald Trump will not adequately defend the Obama administration regulations.

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  • brock2118

    Feel so sorry for the AFL-CIO. But you know what they say, live by the pen, die by the pen.

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