The cost of the law school overtime bill could be higher than $2 billion, and it could make a mockery of the federal government’s claim that it is cutting its budget by $100 million, according to the American Civil Liberties Union.
A review of documents provided by the ACLU and a review of state documents shows that the bill would likely raise the cost of education at Harvard Law to about $2.6 billion per year, and would add about $100 billion to the overall cost of public higher education, which is expected to reach $18.4 trillion by 2021, according the ACLU.
The bill also would create a new federal law that would impose new regulations on public institutions of higher education that would potentially require them to pay overtime to their employees.
The bill would raise the overtime cost to $2,200 for every full-time employee, a figure that would rise to $3,200 per employee per year if the law was extended beyond 2021.
The new law would also allow universities to increase their hourly pay by an additional $100 per hour, an increase of $250 per hour for the next four years.
It would also impose an additional penalty of $2 per hour if an employer has fewer than 50 full-timers, and another $1 per hour per employee if it has more than 100.
“The cost of this overtime law is a joke.
It doesn’t need to exist,” said John Rothman, executive director of the American Center for Law and Justice, an advocacy group.
“There is no justification for this law.
The president, who’s a lawyer, is responsible for this bill.
The senators who are running this government are not responsible for their own legislation.”
Rothman added that “we don’t know if they know how much it would cost” to implement it.
“If the cost is so high that it’s worth doing this law, why is the president trying to keep it from being enacted?
We don’t need more overtime.
We don�t need a law that increases costs by $200 per hour,” he said.”
I don’t think anyone understands that.
If you want to get a law passed that will put pressure on universities, you should have it passed in Congress,” said Rothman.
The cost could be as high as $2 million per person per year for the first four years, or $1.3 billion per five-year cycle.
In 2019, the bill will add $1 billion per cycle, a total of $4.5 billion.
If the law is extended beyond 2025, the cost could rise to as much as $4 billion per four-year period.
The legislation would add to a long list of federal and state regulations that would require colleges to comply with overtime rules, including the new overtime rules for the public universities.
A new federal overtime law will take effect on March 1.
The law would allow universities, as well as colleges, to charge an additional fee to students who work in excess of 60 hours per week for at least one semester.
It also allows universities to impose additional financial penalties on employers who fail to pay their employees overtime.
The federal government estimates that the overtime law would raise $1 trillion to $8 trillion annually.
But the cost to the economy would be higher, the ACLU said.
It estimates that $100,000 of overtime costs could add $200 to the average hourly wage.
“This bill could actually have a much greater impact on the average worker than the overtime bill does, because it would raise their pay in line with the cost.
This bill would increase the costs of education by $500,000 per year,” Rothman said.
“And the bill has a devastating effect on workers.
It is also a disaster for the economy because it is likely to cost millions of jobs.”