On March 7, 2019, HR 2274 was introduced in the Minnesota House of Representatives that would very simply change the state overtime requirement from 48 hours to 40 – matching the federal FLSA. This bill would simply strike “48” from Minn. Stat. 177.25, and replace it with “40”. It has been referred to the Labor Committee. Not much else to report at this time. However, given how many employers are under the purview of the federal FLSA, I do not foresee this change impacting the majority of employers in Minnesota.