The legislation headed to Gov. Jerry Brown's desk requires large companies to report the average and median differences in pay by job title or classification for women and men.
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The bill from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) would unapologetically cover comprehensive reproductive health care (yes, including abortion) for everyone in the United States.
Pay equity advocates called the Trump administration's scrapping of a survey on pay equity a "blatant attack" on women and people of color.
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At the root of the child-care crisis is something obvious: Employers aren't paying parents living wages.
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