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  1. H.Amdt.1085   — 104th Congress (1995-1996)

    Description: Amendment consisted of four subsections which: (a) exempts from the the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) certain computer professionals; (b) exempts employees who receive tips from the FLSA minimum wage law by requiring employers to pay their employees a minimum of $2.13 per hour, rather than the current requirement that they pay 50 percent of the minimum wage; and (c) establishes a rate lower than the minimum wage that can be paid to employees under the age of 20 for 90 days. Subsections A, B, and C were agreed to on a recorded vote. See Roll No. 193. \ Subsection (d) sought to exempt small businesses with gross annual sales under $500,000 from the minimum wage requirements of the FLSA. Subsection D failed on a recorded vote. See Roll No. 194.
    Sponsor: Rep. Goodling, William F. [R-PA-19] (Offered 05/23/1996)
    Latest Action: 05/23/96 On agreeing to section D of the Goodling amendment (A003) Failed by recorded vote: 196 - 229 (Roll no. 194).
  2. H.Amdt.1084   — 104th Congress (1995-1996)

    Description: Amendment increases the minimum wage by 90 cents from $4.25 to $5.15 per hour over the next two years.
    Sponsor: Rep. Riggs, Frank [R-CA-1] (Offered 05/23/1996)
    Latest Action: 05/23/96 On agreeing to the Riggs amendment (A002) Agreed to by recorded vote: 266 - 162 (Roll no. 192).
  3. H.Amdt.1083   — 104th Congress (1995-1996)

    Description: None
    Sponsor: House Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities (Offered 05/22/1996)
    Latest Action: 05/23/96 Pursuant to the provisions of H. Res. 440, the the Economic and Educational amendment (A001) as modified was considered to have been adopted.