Dear Franklin Delano,
It’s Equal Pay Day -- the day through which a woman would have had to work to earn the same pay a man did for the same work in 2012.
It’s not a day for celebration. It’s a day for action. Pay discrimination is outrageous. And it’s time we made this the last Equal Pay Day by securing paycheck fairness this year.
This Equal Pay Day, join me in the fight for paycheck fairness. Add your name today!
Women don't deserve to be short-changed. In Montana, women are paid on average only 73 cents on the dollar compared to men.
How many mortgage payments, medical bills, grocery runs and gas tanks is that taking away from Montana families?
Montana women shouldn't have to work an extra three months to earn the same as men. Period.
Celebrate Equal Pay Day by joining our grassroots movement to end wage discrimination. Add your name to mine right now.