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  • Obama on equal pay: We will close the wage gap

    "We will close the wage gap," then-President Barack Obama told the crowd in October 2016 as he dedicated a new national monument to women's equality and pushed Congress to pass legislation. He made the statement on Equal Pay Day, an event that calls attention to how much longer it takes a woman to earn the same amount of money as a man. The president also spoke of a future that includes women holding high positions such as the President of the United States.

Obama on equal pay: We will close the wage gap

"We will close the wage gap," then-President Barack Obama told the crowd in October 2016 as he dedicated a new national monument to women's equality and pushed Congress to pass legislation. He made the statement on Equal Pay Day, an event that calls attention to how much longer it takes a woman to earn the same amount of money as a man. The president also spoke of a future that includes women holding high positions such as the President of the United States.
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