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  2. Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 - Wikipedia

    In response, Congress passed the 1947 Portal-to-Portal Act, which narrowed the Supreme Court's decision. It specified exactly what type of time was considered compensable work time. In general, as long as an employee is engaging in activities that benefit the employer, regardless of when they are performed, the employer has an obligation to pay ...

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  4. Apple Inc. litigation - Wikipedia

    In 2014, Apple settled out of court both an antitrust lawsuit and a related class-action suit regarding cold calling employees of other companies.. iOS Fees Litigation. A class-action lawsuit was filed in the California Northern District District Court by iOS app developers, alleging that Apple abuses its control of the iOS App Store to require its 30% revenue cut and its US$99 developer fee.

  5. LUMA Energy - Wikipedia

    Regarding the amount of necessary employees, Wayne Stensby (CEO and president of LUMA) had stated before that around 3,800 employees were needed, but that the company only has 2,200 on its payroll. On June 24, 2021, representative Jorge Navarro Suárez denounced that "LUMA Energy has failed." He claimed that LUMA "incurred crass negligence ...

  6. Ned Lamont - Wikipedia

    In July 2021, Lamont signed the highway user fee on large commercial transports. The measure charges 2.5 cents per mile for vehicles weighing 26,000 to 28,000 pounds and 17.5 cents per mile for trucks weighing more than 80,000 pounds. The revenue is said to be used to help repair state roads and highways. Gun violence

  7. Josh Hawley - Wikipedia

    The bill also prevents the collection of "more user data than is necessary to conduct business". Hawley joined President Donald Trump in his calls for an increase of the initial $600 coronavirus relief checks provided by the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 to $2,000, which put him on the same side as "unlikely ally" Bernie Sanders.