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a Wyoming Republican,com. while discussing how shows like Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Last Man Standing have been cancelled and then picked up by other networks. [WABC New York] Write to Maya Rhodan at maya. the Capital Gazette reported on its website.Hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans would pay more in state taxes if state leaders do nothing or if they decide to conform to all the federal changes. said in a statement that it is “in contact” with authorities and is “conducting a thorough investigation. what we’re despairing of,S. and women of color make even less according to the centerThe state’s current equal-pay law prohibits employer discrimination between employees in the same workplace on the basis of gender by paying wages at a rate less than the rate the employer pays any employee of the opposite gender for comparable workIn 2015 former Rep Kylie Oversen D-Grand Forks and current chairwoman of the North Dakota Democratic-NPL sponsored three bills related to equal pay Together the bills would have helped clarify the process of filing for an equal-pay claim create a system to ensure companies doing business with the state are complying with equal-pay laws and allow employees to discuss their pay without fear of punishmentOne of the three bills was passed in 2015 House Bill 1257 clarified what unlawful employment practices are explained how an employee can bring action to district court or through the North Dakota Department of Labor and Human Rights changed the statute of limitations for court action on an unlawful pay practice and gave a time limit for how long employers have to keep records on employeesOversen said the three bills she introduced were part of her broader focus on women’s economic security She said she looked at laws in other states for ways to improve North Dakota’s policiesAfter introduction and a committee hearing there was a lot of interest in the bills Oversen said She began hearing from women across the state who had experienced wage discrimination or were grateful the topic had been raised she said"We were bringing the conversation to the table and realizing there was still a problem and finding ways to address it" she saidAfter Oversen’s first legislative session in 2013 she helped found the Democratic-NPL Women’s Caucus The group encourages women to run for and serve on the North Dakota Legislature as well as backing bills that support women and families in the state Oversen saidOversen said when she decided to look at equal-pay policies she sat down with an attorney and looked at the existing law It had not been changed since it was put into place in 1965 she said "There were a few things we wanted to clean up to make it easier to understand" Oversen said "So people who want to make a claim were able to understand they can bring it through the court or the Department of Labor"Equal-pay certificatesOne of the bills that didn’t pass in 2015 was House Bill 1293 which would have required businesses of a certain size that wanted to contract with the state to get an equal-pay certificate The idea was based on a program used in other states Oversen saidThe bill said the state could not have a contract or agreement in excess of $500000 with a business with 40 or more full-time employees unless the business had an equal-pay certificate The bill was a way of affirming the state’s policy by saying that any business the state does business with is upholding and valuing the equal-pay law Oversen saidThe argument against the bill in 2015 was that state contracts already required businesses to comply with equal pay laws However there wasn’t any followup to make sure the businesses are really following the laws Oversen saidBoth Oversen’s bill and the equal-pay certificate bill proposed this session require businesses to pay a $150 fee with their equal-pay compliance statement Oversen said the money would have been used to fund the administration of the programRep Mary Schneider D-Fargo introduced House Bill 1400 this session to require equal-pay certificates Co-sponsor Rep Kathy Hogan D-Fargo said if state funds are being used for a project it is critical to show the business is following the law The certificates are also a way of raising awareness and promoting accountability and education about unequal pay Hogan saidThe fiscal note from the Department of Labor for HB 1400 estimates $112500 in revenue for the biennium from the $150 filing fee each business will pay when applying for an equal-pay certificate The department estimates $253000 in expenditures from the bill including costs of creating the forms and computer system operating expenses and a full-time equivalent staff person to implement the processThe bill was sent to the Industry Business and Labor Committee after it was introduced and was reported back with a do not pass recommendation Jan 25 The bill failed in a unanimous House vote on TuesdayRep Emily O’Brien R-Grand Forks is a member of the committee and said Schneider asked for a do-not-pass recommendation on the bill O’Brien said Schneider worked with the Office of Attorney General labor commissioner and the Office of Management and Budget which suggested there were better ways to go about verifying equal payRestarting the Commission on the Status of WomenThe other House bill up for consideration this session would amend and re-enact the Commission on the Status of WomenHouse Bill 1405 also introduced by Schneider and co-sponsored by Hogan had a hearing in the Industry Business and Labor Committee on Jan 24The commission was first established in 1963 according to the State Historical Society of North Dakota The group was active in the first few years it operated looking at day care senior care wage equity and other issues Hogan said The group would raise the issue such as the law limiting women’s labor and denying them overtime provide data gather key people and make the case she saidThe commission is made up of five members appointed by the governor and works to coordinate activities and serve as an advisory group for information relating to economic development programs focusing on career development for women according to the North Dakota Century CodeHogan said the commission hasn’t met in years and she is excited about it starting up again"We thought it was time to say someone needs to be looking at this" Hogan said "We can introduce bills every couple of years but we need an umbrella group to look at the whole status and the commission is a very effective tool"The bill states the commission will provide an annual report to the director of the Department of Commerce Division of Economic Development and Finance and the governor on the findings and recommendations of the commission and any proposed legislationRenee Stromme executive director of the North Dakota Women’s Network testified in favor of the bill to the committee on Tuesday The report requirement is about transparency of the commission and would allow the average citizen to access its work Stromme said The commission will also be a tool to come up with ways to engage all citizens so everyone can benefit she 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