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Keeping Your Salary To Yourself, Embracing Gay Athletes, Music From The Both

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Keeping Your Salary To Yourself, Embracing Gay Athletes, Music From The Both

Keeping Your Salary To Yourself, Embracing Gay Athletes, Music From The Both

Keeping Your Salary To Yourself, Embracing Gay Athletes, Music From The Both

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President Obama signs two executive actions aimed at closing the gender pay gap, including an order to combat "pay secrecy," on April 8.
Susan Walsh/AP
President Obama signs two executive actions aimed at closing the gender pay gap, including an order to combat "pay secrecy," on April 8.
Susan Walsh/AP

Are you allowed to talk about how much money you make? Today we pull back the curtain on "pay secrecy" laws, take a look at growing tolerance in sports, and hear new music from Aimee Mann and Ted Leo.

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