Senate Democrats & Paycheck Fairness Act

The Senate Democratic Caucus (or Conference) is the formal organization of the current 51 Democratic Senators in the United States Senate. The Paycheck Fairness Act is legislation being considered by the United States Congress to expand the scope of the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and the Fair Labor Standards Act as part of an effort to address male–female income disparity in the United States. 4.3/5

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Sen. *** Durbin (D., Ill.), who is leading the Equal Pay Day push by Senate Democrats to pass the Paycheck Fairness Act, pays women on his staff far less than he pays men. Durbin took to the Senate floor on Tuesday to preach on the importance of passing legislation aimed at solving the gender pay gap. “How serious is equal pay for equal work to working people across America?” said Durbin, “I think it’s critical.” The average female salary is $11,505 lower than the average male salary in Durbin’s office, according to an analysis of Senate salary data from fiscal year 2013 that showed that more than two-thirds of Democratic Senate offices pay men more than women. Four of the five highest paid staffers on Durbin’s staff are men, according to the analysis. Not a single member of the Senate Democrat leadership has a female chief of staff or communications director, the Washington Times points out.
Senate Democrats failed, unsurprisingly, to advance the Paycheck Fairness Act on women's pay equality
.Senate Democrats push Paycheck Fairness Act as solution to pay gap between men, women.
Senate Democrats again tried to overcome a Republican filibuster this morning on the Paycheck Fairness Act. It...
It's no secret that, in most cases, there's a gender gap in wages across the country. Not even the current administration is impervious to such truths, as a recent study shows female White House staffers make 88 cents for every dollar their male counterparts make. Senate Democrats plan to discuss the Paycheck Fairness Act this week, which would further regulate how private companies compensate their employees. The bill is expected to face stiff opposition from the Republican-controlled House. What do you think about the gender gap in wages? And do you think further regulation from the federal government is the answer? Thanks for your thoughts and comments.
Senate Democrats lost a key vote today to expand rights of working women to challenge employers on pay...
Back in May, a handful of Senate Democrats attempting to open a new offensive front against Republicans in the "War on Women" introduced The Paycheck Fairness Act (PFA). "Democrats cited statistics showing that women today are still paid 77 cents for every dollar earned by men, or $10,784 less a yea...
Senate Democrats knew they had little chance of passing the Pay Fairness Act on Tuesday, but they see lots of promise for its politics. Blending economics and gender politics, the bill hit the sweet spot of the Democrats election year strategy to target female voters.
Remember that "war on women" the GOP is allegedly waging? And remember that meaningless politically-charged "Paycheck Fairness Act" Obama signed when he became president? Well, you just can't make this stuff up: SENATE DEMS BETRAY LILLY Senate DemocratS PAY FEMALE STAFFERS LESS THAN MALE STAFFERS An...
Senate Democrats introduce Paycheck Fairness Act: Democrats counter that the Paycheck Fairness bill is different...
Senate Democrats plan to hold a vote next month on a bill updating the Equal Pay Act of 1963.
TruthTelling is critical in 2012. Senate Democrats, Women Leaders Urge Passage of Paycheck Fairness Act: via
Women's organizations join Senate Democrats to urge passage of the Paycheck Fairness Act.
Senate Democrats, led by five female Senators, began a renewed push this week to pass the Paycheck Fairness Act, a bill that protects women who sue over being paid less than their male counterparts. But, as with much of the recent pro-woman legislation, the measure will spark a partisan fight. On Th...
Mitt Romney supports pay equity in principle. Does he support the Paycheck Fairness Act?: Senate Democrats are t...
It’s official: Senate Democrats will soon hold a vote on the Paycheck Fairness Act, which would update and strengthen the Equal Pay Act of 1963, a senior Democratic Senate aide confirms to me. “This vote is going to happen,” the aide says.
Senate Democrats are planning to bring the Paycheck Fairness Act to a vote , Greg Sargent reports. The bill, which expands on the Equal Pay Act of 1963 to make it easier to address gender ...
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