Looks like Kamala has some ‘splaining to do.

Guessing she will respond with another “Let’s have a national conversation” ‘bout it.

Via Free Beacon.

A new plan from Sen. Kamala Harris (D., Calif.) to eliminate the gender pay gap would fine companies if they are unable to prove they’re paying men and women equally, something Harris isn’t currently achieving in either her official office or on her campaign, a Washington Free Beacon analysis found.

The policy proposal from Harris mandates large companies to obtain an “equal pay certification” by showing they are paying men and women equally. Companies would be fined 1 percent of their daily profits for every 1 percent of a gender pay gap that exists, unless they could prove the gap could be explained by other factors, such as experience or performance….

Analysis found men were paid a higher median salary than women both in Harris’s Senate office and on her campaign….

Kamala Harris Wants Government to Get Involved in Determining People’s Salaries

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  1. 9WayneWomen says:

    Unsurprising that Harris would say something without considering all the facts or potential blowback, but I was surprised at how little she pays her senate staff. I know AOC’s $52k starting salary for her staff was a bit of grandstanding, but, in comparison to Harris, a long-time Senate member, I have to give proper kudos to AOC. Regarding the policy itself, it should be equal pay for equal work, regardless of gender, but there are probably exceptions for experience level, etc.

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