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One Effort to Close the Gender Pay Gap Won't Get a Try

(The Upshot: What's Fair?)

The Obama administration had an idea it thought would help address the pay gap between white men and almost everyone else: requiring companies to report how much they paid people, along with their sex and race.

On Tuesday, that regulation became the latest of those reversed by the Trump administration, before the requirement was to go into effect next year.

Pay transparency, alone, would not have solved the pay gap problem. But

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