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Obama also said that the way women have been treated "was one of the great injustices of our time." As half the planet, women
Obama was in Pittsburgh to tour a do-it-yourself workshop where entrepreneurs share equipment and technology. The trip was
In the weekly Republican address, congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Washington says the economy under Obama is hurting
Four years ago, the Paycheck Fairness Act, a long-overdue update to the Equal Pay Act of 1963, which would strengthen the law to help close the ongoing gender wage gap, failed to move forward on a procedural in the Senate, even though a majority of senators supported the bill.
When women do well, our families, communities and local businesses do well. These steps by the president are important to ensure that women and families have the money needed to make ends meet and contribute to the economy.
President Barack Obama will sign two new executive orders on equal pay for women Tuesday, Politico reports.
"AAUW applauds the president for ensuring these workers have the freedom to talk about their salaries without fear — a kind
Crist, a former Republican, has been effusive in his praise of Obama and embraced Obama's health care program, which Scott
"We'd like to have an answer from the White House," DeLauro told HuffPost in a phone interview. "We have raised the issue
"That's a pretty good-sized stimulus," Hartmann told The Huffington Post. "We'd love to have that kind of growth right now
Tomorrow, the first bill that our new president will sign into law will be equal pay for equal work. How proud President Obama must be.