High court hears arguments over pay for donning work-related gear

The Supreme Court grappled with the distinction between work-related equipment and clothing as it considered a case involving steelworkers who said they should be paid for the time it takes them to put on protective gear. Federal law notes that workers don't necessarily have to be paid for the time it takes them to change clothes.

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