The Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America, Inc., alongside the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and more than 50 different business groups, filed a suit on Tuesday against the White House’s efforts to expand overtime pay to workers across the country.

The new regulations raise the overtime eligibility threshold to $47,476 a year from $23,660 a year. Administration officials have estimated that the change could benefit more than 4 million Americans, while businesses and other officials have argued the regulations will force employers to demote salaried workers to hourly positions.

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