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"The U.S. Department of Labor is backing off a rule that would have greatly increased the number of restaurant managers eligible for overtime pay, as the Trump administration continues to undo Obama-era regulations. 

In a brief filed in a lawsuit against the federal government over the rule, the department said it “decided not to advocate for the specific salary level ($913 per week) set in the final rule.” The department indicated it would examine what the salary level should be."

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