NY Governor Signs Rockland Senator’s “Salary History” Bill

It’s taken a few years, but the governor yesterday signed a Rockland state senator’s bill that aims to close the wage gap between men and women in New York. The state legislature last month passed senator David Carlucci’s bill, which Carlucci told “The Morning Show” Tuesday would ban employers from asking job applicants about their current or previous salaries…

Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the bill yesterday at the parade in the city honoring the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team, which won its second consecutive World Cup on Sunday. Cuomo called it “immoral and unethical” that the women should be paid less than the men…

Carlucci says the law would result in equal compensation for all job applicants. The law goes into effect in six months.

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