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Kentucky Senate OKs home care worker bill

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A bill passed by the Kentucky Senate on Monday would exempt home care workers from the state's seven-day overtime law. Under current Kentucky law, if an in-home caregiver works for seven consecutive days, the employer must pay time and a half on the seventh day. Bill sponsor Sen. Julie Denton, a Republican from Louisville, says the rule inhibits scheduling flexibility and...

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