The California Legislative Women’s Caucus joined two Assembly oversight committees on Wednesday at a hearing focused on a persistent wage gap in the state’s workforce.
The California Legislative Women’s Caucus joined two Assembly oversight committees on Wednesday at a hearing focused on a persistent wage gap in the state’s workforce. Sacramento Bee file photo, 2016
The California Legislative Women’s Caucus joined two Assembly oversight committees on Wednesday at a hearing focused on a persistent wage gap in the state’s workforce. Sacramento Bee file photo, 2016

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A 27-year pace to close California’s gender-wage gap is too slow, lawmakers say

February 22, 2017 4:07 PM

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