According to the U.S. Census Bureau data, women are making 77 cents for every dollar that men make with the gap even larger for African American and L...
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April is the month every year when the paychecks of women working full-time, year-round catch up with what men earned by the previous December 31. This year it's April 17.
On April 20th, Americans observe Equal Pay Day -- the date that marks the 110 extra days that women must work into 2010 in order to equal what men earned in 2009.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the signing of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, the first bill signed into law by President Obama. This c...
Michelle Obama stepped into the public-policy spotlight as first lady for the first time on Thursday, hailing a new law that will give women greater p...
President-elect Obama said last week that "when Momma's happy, everybody's happy." But let's hope he means it for all of America's "mommas" -- the women who elected him.
If concerned citizens call on Congress to take action now, the House and Senate are poised to pass two pieces of legislation that empower working women to challenge pay discrimination.
So who loses if McCain and Palin win? We all do. America does. If you are on the fence still, think hard about that.
We women appreciate education. Problem is that women and men who study the same subjects the same number of years don't get paid the same wages. Has Sen McCain done his homework?
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