Introduced by Sen. Liz Brater (D) on April 19, 2007, to prohibit paying a person a wage or salary that is less than an amount established under a proposed interpretation of “comparable worth,” making doing so a civil rights law violation. The bill would prohibit different levels of compensation for work of “comparable value,” meaning a “comparable composite skill, responsibility, effort, education or training, and working conditions.” The bill does not specify how different kinds of work (as opposed to different people doing the same work) would be compared with regard to these various criteria.
Referred to the Senate Commerce & Tourism Committee on April 19, 2007.
1) You Hit The Nail by Anonymous Citizen on April 24, 2007 on the head. When you let people vote that have no property or anything else of value they will always vote for whoever will promise the most free stuff. Without this voting bloc the dem/socialists would blow away like dust in Kansas.
2) News Flash for Liz - Communism Failed! by Anonymous Citizen on April 24, 2007 These people are representing us? Have they lost their minds! I think we need to go back to only letting property owners vote because the whoever is voting these nuts into office do not have a clue.
3) Frankly, they seem to be clueless by Anonymous Citizen on April 24, 2007 that's because they are. Just do what your good nanny government agent tells you.
"When will our esteemed legislators understand the workings of a free market"
never. It doesn't work as well for them as forced income redistribution