Sexism in Sacramento

Women continue to face major obstacles in California state politics.

Capitol Weekly Top 100 List snubs women

Posted by on Aug 28, 2013 in Blog, California Politics, Featured Post, Sexism in Sacramento | 0 comments

Capitol Weekly Top 100 List snubs women

In the five year history of Capitol Weekly’s Top 100 list, men have claimed 355 of 500 slots.

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CA Assembly pays women less; fewer in top staff positions

Posted by on Aug 23, 2013 in Blog, California Politics, Featured Post, Sexism in Sacramento | 0 comments

CA Assembly pays women less; fewer in top staff positions

Female employees of the CA Assembly are paid less than their male counterparts, are less likely to serve in leadership roles & remain stuck as secretaries.

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CA State Assembly: Men Fill Nearly Two-Thirds of Chief of Staff Positions

Posted by on Aug 22, 2013 in Blog, California Politics, Sexism in Sacramento | 0 comments

Women make up only 35% of the Assembly’s chief of staff positions, the top leadership post for each state representative.

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CA State Assembly: 10 Highest Paid Staff All Men

Posted by on Aug 22, 2013 in Blog, California Politics, Sexism in Sacramento | 0 comments

The ten highest-paid employees of the California State Assembly are all men.

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Why the Bee’s Story About Legislator-Lobbyist Relationship is Sexist

Posted by on Aug 1, 2013 in Blog, California Politics, Featured Post, Sexism in Sacramento | 0 comments

Why the Bee’s Story About Legislator-Lobbyist Relationship is Sexist

The Sacramento Bee’s hatchet job on Assemblyman Brian Maienschein’s relationship with a lobbyist.

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