Full Committee

April 26, 2017
H.R. 1180, "Working Families Flexibility Act of 2017"
Ordered favorably reported the House, as amended, by a vote of 22 yeas and 16 nays.

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Amendments and Motions Offered:

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Motion
Offered By Description Action Taken Roll Call
#1 Mr. Byrne amendment in the nature of a substitute adopted by voice vote
#2 Ms. Blunt Rochester limits comp time to employees who have at least 7 paid sick days defeated by 16 yeas and 22 nays No. 1
#3 Mr. Takano expands overtime eligibility    
motion Mr. Scott appeal the ruling of the chair on the Takano amendment
motion Mr. Roe table the appeal of the ruling of the chair agreed to by voice vote  
#4 Ms. Shea-Porter ensures overtime work is not preferentially assigned defeated by 16 yeas and 22 nays No. 2
#5 Ms. Bonamici places any deferred overtime payments into an interest bearing account defeated by 16 yeas and 22 nays No. 3
#6 Mr. Desaulnier ensures workers have predictable work schedules
motion Mr. Scott appeal the ruling of the chair on the DeSaulnier amendment
motion Mr. Thompson table the appeal of the ruling of the chair agreed to by voice vote  
#7 Mr. Espaillat

prohibits willful and repeated FLSA violators from offering comp time

defeated by 16 yeas and 22 nays No. 4
#8 Ms. Wilson exempt workers who earn less than 2.5 times the minimum wage defeated by 16 yeas and 22 nays No. 5
#9 Ms. Adams exempts comp time arrangements from mandatory arbitration agreements defeated by 15 yeas and 22 nays No. 6
motion Mr. Wilson report the bill, as amended adopted by 22 yeas and16 nays No. 7

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