On Latina Equal Pay Day, the EEOC wants to shirk its civil rights duties

Having to wait until just weeks from 2020 to make what white men were paid in 2018 alone more than shows the usefulness of the data that the EEOC plans to disregard.

As the EEOC considers whether employers suffer an undue burden by collecting this data, they ignore the burden suffered by women across the country who work fulltime, year round, and make pennies on the dollar compared to their male colleagues.

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