obama equal pay
As half the planet, women make immeasurable contributions to our world. They are entrepreneurs, farmers, educators, scientists
"And if Michelle is not being paid fairly, then that's not helping me. I want her to get what she rightfully deserves. I
In his Saturday radio and Internet address, Obama calls it an embarrassment that women earn less than men even in the same
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.
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), the ranking member on the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, made
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
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has repeatedly dodged the question of whether he would have signed the Lilly