WASHINGTON — A Bush administration plan unveiled Thursday to overhaul federal rules governing who gets overtime pay is raising eyebrows among retailers because of the cost.

The Labor Department said its proposal would add 1.3 million to the ranks of some 110 million workers now eligible for extra pay after working 40 hours. The estimated annual cost to business: $870 million to $1.57 billion.

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