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San Francisco Aims To Close Pay Gap

Monday, December 8, 2014

Supervisor David Campos introduced the legislation in the hope it will have national influence on income inequality policy. A source of San Francisco's divide between "haves and have-nots," he says, is the gap in how men and women are being paid.

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