The law bars employers from demanding past salary figures from job applicants; it also provides a more comprehensive definition of comparable work.
The pro-Darren Wilson folks were screaming rage-soaked insults, but the protestors stoically chanted back in unison.
A total of 4.7 million moms and their families would see an increase in wages. That's one fifth of all working moms and their families who would benefit.
GOP senators today killed the Paycheck Fairness Act, a mini-version of which President Obama ordered into existence yesterday for employees of federal contractors.
The president signed the order in a dramatic White House ceremony as Lilly Ledbetter stood beside him; it marked Equal Pay Day, the day that marks how long a woman must work into 2014 to earn the same as a man did in 2013.
Remember Rosie the Riveter? This image was created to inspire women to do the work that was typically done by men. Since then, women have made huge advances in the workplace.
A new report released today on Equal Pay Day shows that the yearly median pay for women in America is $10,784 less than their male counterparts.
The Obama administration is urging the Senate to end wage discrimination against women by passing the Paycheck Fairness Act.