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Three Congressional Republicans are looking to move a bill that would allow employers to offer up to 160 hours of comp time a year instead of overtime pay. (Photo: iStock)

Currently, it is illegal for a private employer to offer a non-exempt worker comp time in lieu of overtime wages.

Jack Craver


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