Gov. Jerry Brown applauded female factory workers from WWII when he visited the Rosie the Riveter National Monument to sign a 2015 equal pay law.
Gov. Jerry Brown applauded female factory workers from WWII when he visited the Rosie the Riveter National Monument to sign a 2015 equal pay law. Kristopher Skinner Tribune News Service file photo, 2015
Gov. Jerry Brown applauded female factory workers from WWII when he visited the Rosie the Riveter National Monument to sign a 2015 equal pay law. Kristopher Skinner Tribune News Service file photo, 2015

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Women on public payroll can press equal pay claims, new California law says

October 16, 2017 11:43 AM

UPDATED October 17, 2017 08:47 AM

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