California Lawmaker Wants a Four-Day Workweek

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Aug.23 — Rep. Mark Takano, a Democrat from Riverside, speaks with Emily Chang about new legislation that calls for a four-day workweek. It would amend the Fair Labor Standards Act to make companies pay overtime to non-exempt workers after 32 hours a week is met.

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