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Sunday, January 22, 2017
Andy Puzder
Overtime

How Trump Could Kill A Plan To Get You Overtime Pay

One of the first tests of Trump’s pledge to help workers will come in how his administration handles the complicated rules that govern who has the right to time-and-a-half overtime pay. At stake is the possibility of overtime pay for about 4 million workers around the country.

January 15, 2017
Trump, Senate Hearings

Senate Hearings Delayed For Three Wealthy Trump Nominees

The Senate Commerce Committee said on Tuesday it was moving Ross’s hearing to Jan. 18 from Jan. 12 because Ross has not completed all of the necessary government paperwork. The Ross delay came shortly after postponements of hearings for Trump’s choices to head the Education and Labor departments.

January 10, 2017
Ross, Trump, Billionaire Cabinet

Trump’s Billionaire-Loaded Cabinet Will Face Ethics Test

While the president and vice president are largely exempt from government ethics rules, President-elect Donald Trump’s proposed Cabinet isn’t.

December 19, 2016
Puzder to head Labor Dept

Trump’s Labor Choice Is Not A Friend Of Workers

Raising the minimum wage, granting overtime pay, inconvenient questions about why so many burger flippers are also on public assistance — it all receives a dismissive wave from Puzder. Too much federal regulation, he says. Not good for business.

December 10, 2016
Labor Department

Trump Picks Opponent Of Higher Minimum Wage For Labor Department

Puzder frequently argues that higher minimum wages would hurt workers by forcing restaurants to close, and praises the benefits of automation in the fast-food industry.

December 8, 2016