California has enacted the toughest equal pay law in the nation. It's designed to eliminate the gap of 23 cents an hour between men and women who perform the same tasks in the workplace. Is it a model for other states, or a recipe for trouble because it addresses a problem that doesn't really exist?
Later on the program, this year's Nobel Peace Prize brings public support to an underdog that works away from the headlines. We hear about the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet.
Photo: Governor Jerry Brown announces the passage of the California Fair Pay Act.