CNN's Kyung Lah interviewed 2020 Democratic candidate Kamala Harris about her plan to shift the burden to companies to prove they're paying women as much as men for the same work.
So far Kamala Harris has unveiled plans to raise teacher pay, reduce gun violence, and end salary discrimination for women. The Womenz in this race are bringing the policy specifics to the Election table.
Other measures are clearly needed to create pay equity.
Because he has seen the truth and the light, and knows these things.
Republicans in the Senate on Monday unanimously filibustered the Paycheck Fairness Act. Did you see this on the news? Of course not!
"McConnell claims he led a 1995 investigation against a GOP senator accused of sexual misconduct. Actually, he took steps to keep it quiet."
Anti-feminist Eagle Forum founder Phyllis Schlafly argued this week that Washington should stop trying to make sure women receive equal pay for equal work because men were not interested in marrying wives who make as much as them.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) asserted over the weekend that the Republican Party was the party of "women's equality" days after Senate Republicans blocked the Paycheck Fairness Act.
The Washington Posts Ruth Marcus is supposed to be a liberal, but you'd never know it from her writing.
In this candidate's mind, women who expect equality are not to be respected.
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