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August 30, 2004


Working overtime to mislead

The AFL-CIO has put up a quiz which supposedly tells if you're at risk of losing your entitlement to overtime pay under the recent Bush Administration revisions to New Deal-era labor regulations. According to contributors and commenters at George Lenard's employment blog, however, you can't trust the results of the quiz. MoveOn.org has been airing ads attacking the rules change, and those ads are based on fibs too, according to FactCheck.org. The Department of Labor explanation of the changes is here.

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