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Mr. Buckley submitted the following amendment intended to be proposed by him to the bill (S. 1861):

Calendar No. 282
S. 1861

93D CONGRESS

1st SESSION

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

July 13, 1973
Ordered to lie on the table and to be printed

AMENDMENTS
Intended to be proposed by Mr. BUCKLEY to S. 1861, a bill

to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act, of 1938, as
amended, to extend its protection to additional employees,
to raise the minimum wage to $2.20 an hour, and for other

purposes, viz:

1

On page 6, beginning with line 20, strike out through

2 line 13 on page 7.

3

On page 8, beginning with line 18, strike out through

4 line 9 on page 11.
5 On page 11, line 10, strike out “(e)” the first time
6 it appears in such line and insert in lieu thereof “ (d)”.
7 On page 11, line 20, strike out “(f)” and insert in
8 lieu thereof “(e)”.

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Mr. Buckley submitted the following amendment intended to be proposed by him to the bill (S. 1861):

93D CONGRESS

1st SESSION

Calendar No. 282 S. 1861

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

JULY 13, 1973
Ordered to lie on the table and to be printed

AMENDMENTS

Intended to be proposed by Mr. BUCKLEY to S. 1861, a bill to

amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, to extend its protection to additional employees, to raise the minimum wage to $2.20 an hour, and for other purposes, viz:

1

On page 22, line 22, strike out the word "and".

2 On page 22, line 24, before the period insert a comma 3 and the following: "and (4) by inserting immediately after 4 the first sentence the following: 'For the purposes of this sub5 section, the term “student hours of employment” means serv

6 ices performed at wages of not more than $1.05 per hour dur

7 ing the period specified in clause (1), (2), or (3) of the

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Mr. Buckley (for himself, Mr. Bennett, Mr. Curtis, Mr. Eastland, Mr. Thurmond, Mr. Tower, and Mr. Scott of Virginia) submitted the following amendment intended to be proposed by them jointly to the bill (S. 1861):

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Calendar No. 282
S. 1861

93D CONGRESS

18T SESSION

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

JULY 13, 1973
Ordered to lie on the table and to be printed

AMENDMENT

Intended to be proposed by Mr. BUCKLEY (for himself, Mr.

BENNETT, Mr. CURTIS, Mr. EASTLAND, Mr. THURMOND,
Mr. TOWER, and Mr. Scott of Virginia) to S. 1861, a bill
to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended,
to extend its protection to additional employees, to raise the
minimum wage to $2.20 an hour, and for other purposes, viz:
On page 22, strike out lines 12 through 24, and insert in lieu
thereof the following:

1

EXPANDING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTHS

2

SEC. 8. Section 14 (b) of the Fair Labor Standards Act

3 of 1938, as amended, is amended to read as follows:

4

“ (b) (1) Notwithstanding the minimum wage rate re

5 quired by section 6 (a) (1) or 6 (b) any employer may, in
6 compliance with applicable child labor laws, employ any
7 employee

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“ (A) to whom such rates would apply but for this

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“(B) who is (i) under the age of eighteen or (ii)

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eighteen or nineteen years of age and either in his first

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six months of full-time employment or a full-time student,

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at a wage rate which is not less than 85 per centum of the

7 otherwise applicable minimum wage rate prescribed by such

8 section or $1.60 per hour, whichever is higher.

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“ (2) Notwithstanding the minimum wage rates required 10 by section 6 (a) (5), any employer may, in compliance with 11 applicable child labor laws, employ in agriculture any 12 employee13

“(A) to whom such rates would apply but for this

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“ (B) who is (i) under the age of eighteen or

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(ii) eighteen or nineteen years of age and either in his

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first six months of full-time employinent or a full-time

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at a wage rate which is not less than 85 per centum of the

20 otherwise applicable minimum wage rate prescribed by such

21 section or $1.30 per hour, whichever is higher.

“ (3) The special minimum wage for such employees in

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23 Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and American Samoa shall

24 be 85 per centum of the industry wage order rate otherwise

25 applicable to them, except that in no case shall such special

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1 minimum wage be less than that provided for under a wage 2 order issued prior to the effective date of the Fair Labor

3 Standards Amendments of 1972.

4 “ (4) The Secretary shall by regulation prescribe stand5 ards and requirements to insure that this subsection will not 6 create a substantial probability of reducing the full-time em7 ployment opportunities of persons other than those to whom 8 the minimum wage rate authorized by this subsection is 9 applicable.”.

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