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Report: Men paid more than women on Capitol Hill staffs

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As the Senate rejected legislation last week aimed at ending wage discrimination among men and women in the workforce, Congressional staffers faced a similar, but smaller, wage gap of their own. In 2013, female staffers in congressional offices were paid 91 cents for every dollar that men made in the House and 88 cents for every dollar men made in the Senate, according to an analysis of staff...

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