Do we need a paycheck-fairness bill?

The Senate may soon take up a paycheck-fairness bill, which would make it easier for women to file lawsuits alleging pay discrimination. Christina Hoff Sommers argues that the bill ignores recent research that life choices play a bigger role in the pay gap than discrimination. "The Paycheck Fairness bill would set women against men, empower trial lawyers and activists, perpetuate falsehoods about the status of women in the workplace and create havoc in a precarious job market," she writes. Her opinion elicits several fervent responses from readers.

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