THE ESCAPE CLAUSE: HOW U.S. EQUAL PAY LAW HAS FAILED WOMEN AND WHY SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR THE FUTURE by Marcia S. Cohen, P.A. Although the U.S. Congress passed the Equal Pay Act in 1963 as an amendment to the Fair Labor Standards Act, it has not proven successful in remedying pay inequality between men and women .
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2013 Report From the ISHV Office of Public Policy Toni Van Pelt, Director As you may know from following the work of ISHV, we lobby on many issues of interest of the progressive secular humanist movement. An important way we do this is to work in coalition with other groups and organizations. We participate by helping to write and sign onto letters, sending out alerts asking you to contact your representatives, lobbying Congressional members directly, traveling around the country to do civic trainings and participating in dialogues with U.S. and international leaders on how best to advance the movement. In addition we work on the international stage to aid and provide a safe place for those who suffer persecution from radical religionists. Stop Helen Ukpabio from Bringing Her Witch Hunting Campaign to the U.S. We added our heft to the successful drive and kept her out of the U.S. in 2012. This year we continue to support Leo Igwe’s work and the safe camps for those accused of witchcraft in Nigeria. Charitable Choice and the Presidential Faith Based Office Since it's inception in 2010 ISHV has been actively working to end religious preference in law and public policy. Today ISHV lobbies against the onslaught of religious amendments, acts, resolutions and offices brought on by Congressional members, federal offices and the White House.
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