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Court to hear labor dispute
— Pay for getting dressed requested.
The U.S. Supreme Court last week said it will hear arguments on whether
meat-processing plants must pay workers for the time to change into
protective clothing and to walk to their work stations.
The nine justices will review two opposite lower court rulings examining
workers' rights under federal labor law. One ordered IBP Inc.—prior to
its purchase by Tyson Fresh Meats Inc.—to pay $3.1 million to 815
workers in ...
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