Deborah Brake

Professor of Law, University of Pittsburgh

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Law Professor at the University of Pittsburgh, she filed an amicus brief in the Ledbetter case before the Supreme Court

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The House today was expected to join the Senate and pass the first  bill  to go to the desk of President Obama. It would make it easier for women workers to combat wage discrimination.

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