From Hillary Rodham Clinton’s speech at a women’s networking conference in Silicon Valley to Patricia Arquette’s remarks at the Oscars to “Fox and Friends,” the issue of equal pay for women has generated a lot of discussion. Last Sunday’s editorial in The Bee, “Clinton, Arquette, World Wrestling agree: Equal pay,” pointed out that each year women are shorted by more than $33 billion because of the wage gap.
From Hillary Rodham Clinton’s speech at a women’s networking conference in Silicon Valley to Patricia Arquette’s remarks at the Oscars to “Fox and Friends,” the issue of equal pay for women has generated a lot of discussion. Last Sunday’s editorial in The Bee, “Clinton, Arquette, World Wrestling agree: Equal pay,” pointed out that each year women are shorted by more than $33 billion because of the wage gap. Marcio Jose Sanchez The Associated Press
From Hillary Rodham Clinton’s speech at a women’s networking conference in Silicon Valley to Patricia Arquette’s remarks at the Oscars to “Fox and Friends,” the issue of equal pay for women has generated a lot of discussion. Last Sunday’s editorial in The Bee, “Clinton, Arquette, World Wrestling agree: Equal pay,” pointed out that each year women are shorted by more than $33 billion because of the wage gap. Marcio Jose Sanchez The Associated Press

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