Pass the Paycheck Fairness Act

Today, women still earn only about 80 cents for every dollar men earn. The disparity is even worse among Black and Latinx women. While laws like the Equal Pay Act of 1963 signified our nation's commitment to equal pay for the same work, the wage gap still exists.

Making equal pay a reality in the U.S. is long overdue – but we can finally begin to do that with the Paycheck Fairness Act, which would give employees the tools they need to challenge the wage gap, and create a climate where wage discrimination is no longer tolerated.

The House has passed the bill, so now it's the Senate's turn. Help keep up the pressure so the Paycheck Fairness Act can become law.

Message Recipients: Your U.S. Senators

Pass the Paycheck Fairness Act
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Sponsor the Paycheck Fairness Act

Please support the Paycheck Fairness Act, which would take huge steps to finally make fair pay a reality.

The time has come to make equal pay a reality. Please urge leadership to bring the Paycheck Fairness Act to the Senate floor for a vote.


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