By Phaedra Trethan

“We don’t typically get involved in something with these kinds of political nuances,” said GSCNJ CEO Ginny Marino afterward. “But this affects the future of our girls, and we we felt it was important for us to speak out on this matter.”

Citing projections by the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, she pointed out that current trends indicate the wage gap will remain until 2058.

“We’ll lose an entire generation of women,” she said. “Sophia and girls her age will be retired by then.”

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