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Mon February 3, 2014
Gender Income Difference
In his State of the Union address, President Obama lamented that women make 77 cents to every dollar a man makes. A new bill in New Hampshire looks to narrow that gap. However, disagreement remains about what’s behind the difference, whether it’s the choices that women make, outright discrimination, or a combination of these and other factors.
- Sylvia Larsen - Democratic Senate Minority Leader from Concord
- Gemma Waite French – board member for the New Hampshire Women’s Initiative
- Brian Gottlob- principal of Polecon Research, a firm with a focus on economic and public policy issues
- Gayle Trotter - general counsel for the Independent Women’s Forum, a research and educational institution dedicated to expanding the conservative coalition. She is also co-founder of Shafer and Trotter, a law firm that advises entrepreneurs and small businesses.
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