Equal Pay Day Rally

Rep. Tina Davis joins advocates at a Capitol rally called to close the gaps in the Pennsylvania’s outdated Equal Pay Law. Rep. Davis is a chief sponsor of House Bill 1160, which would reduce the excuses for paying women less than men

Rep. Tina Davis joins advocates at a Capitol rally called to close the gaps in the Pennsylvania’s outdated Equal Pay Law. Rep. Davis is a chief sponsor of House Bill 1160, which would reduce the excuses for paying women less than men



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Rep. Tina Davis joins advocates at a Capitol rally called to close the gaps in the Pennsylvania’s outdated Equal Pay Law. Rep. Davis is a chief sponsor of House Bill 1160, which would reduce the excuses for paying women less than men

At a Capitol rally to drum up support for equal pay for equal work, Rep. Davis noted that women make up half of the workforce, yet are paid on average 54 to 83 cents for every dollar a man makes.

At a Capitol rally to drum up support for equal pay for equal work, Rep. Davis noted that women make up half of the workforce, yet are paid on average 54 to 83 cents for every dollar a man makes.



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At a Capitol rally to drum up support for equal pay for equal work, Rep. Davis noted that women make up half of the workforce, yet are paid on average 54 to 83 cents for every dollar a man makes.

Rep. Tina Davis told pay parity supporters that Pennsylvania’s Equal Pay Law has not been updated since 1967, when it was amended to reduce the number of Pennsylvanians to whom it applied. Without action, Pennsylvania women will not earn equal pay for another 56 years, until the year 2072.

Rep. Tina Davis told pay parity supporters that Pennsylvania’s Equal Pay Law has not been updated since 1967, when it was amended to reduce the number of Pennsylvanians to whom it applied. Without action, Pennsylvania women will not earn equal pay for another 56 years, until the year 2072.



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Rep. Tina Davis told pay parity supporters that Pennsylvania’s Equal Pay Law has not been updated since 1967, when it was amended to reduce the number of Pennsylvanians to whom it applied. Without action, Pennsylvania women will not earn equal pay for another 56 years, until the year 2072.