Senate to consider bill on pay-discrimination lawsuits

04/22/2008 | CQPolitics.com

The Senate will take up legislation that could reverse a May Supreme Court decision limiting the time an employee could sue over pay discrimination. The area manager of an Alabama tire plant sued Goodyear Tire & Rubber after learning her salary had been 15% less than the lowest-paid male employee in her position for several years. A bill that passed the House would essentially say that employers could be sued for wage discrimination every time they issue a paycheck, regardless of how long ago the alleged discrimination occurred.

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