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The Government's Answer to Bridging the Gender Wage Gap

, New York Law Journal


Paul F. Millus writes: There are a multitude of arguments and talking points both for and against laws prohibiting employers from asking job candidates about their salary histories, but the fundamental question is: Does a law prohibiting this particular inquiry violate the employer's right to free speech under the First Amendment?

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