California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger vetoed a bill that would have required agricultural employers to pay farmworkers overtime if they worked more than eight hours in a day or 40 hours during a week.


As it remains, they can work up to 60 hours in a week before receiving overtime.


Opponents of the bill pointed out that employers would just add more to a crew to keep workers at less than 40 hours. In the end, the worker who had counted on earning 60 hours' worth of wages would suffer from the reduced income.


Read the complete article in the San Francisco Chronicle.