Trump Administration Unlawfully Blocked Pay Data Rule, New Suit Alleges
“If it wasn’t clear before, it’s crystal clear now: women—and the families relying on women’s paychecks—are at the bottom of the Trump administration’s agenda,” said Emily Martin, general counsel to the National Women’s Law Center. “By stopping the equal pay data collection, this administration has shown that its loyalties lie with corporate employers who want to hide pay discrimination under the rug. We will not allow this to go unchallenged.”
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to decide whether the nation's workplace anti-bias law bars sexual orientation discrimination. The justices may soon have another opportunity to take up the closely watched question. The full U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit heard arguments Sept. 26.
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