Ally Boguhn, RH Reality Check – January 29, 2016
Pay inequality remains a problem in the United States. A 2014 analysis from the Economic Policy Institute found that men consistently made more than women across wage distributions. Although the gender wage gap has narrowed since the 1970s, when women were paid 59 percent of what men were for the same job, research suggests that women are still paid 79 cents for every man’s dollar. But who among the field of 2016 presidential candidates is committed to changing that?