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    Equal Pay Stalled in the Senate | “It’s 2014 in the United States of America and we can’t take even this baby step toward closing the gap in pay for women?” asked Kim Gandy, NNEDV President. “This bill would have helped many survivors of violence achieve economic security and safety. We are very disappointed in the Senate’s vote today, and hope they will act quickly to bring this important bill to a vote.“ #paycheckfairnessact #equalpay

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