Obama Signs Equal-Pay Bill Into Law



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The first law signed by President Barack Obama is named for a 70-year-old Alabama grandmother, Lilly Ledbetter. The new law reverses a 2007 Supreme Court decision that set strict time limits on pay discrimination suits. Ledbetter was joined at the White House by prominent women in both parties.

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