By  on May 8, 2013

WASHINGTON — The House narrowly passed a bill on Wednesday, 223 to 204, that aims to give all private sector employees, including the millions who work in retail, the choice between being paid for overtime or using compensatory time off.

Retail groups support the legislation, saying that it gives employees flexibility to meet family obligations.

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