This article talks about Patricia Marx, a Spokane feminist, who feels that the idea of "Equal pay for equal work" has not come true despite the Comparable Worth Study conducted in 1973. The study showed the inequity between men and women's pay with comparable jobs. The article goes on to discuss the Washington State Conference for Women, held on July 8-10th, 1977 at Central Washington State College, and how this issue and many others concerning women in Washington State will be addressed.
McBride, Deborah, "Newspaper Clippings: State Conference for Women Proposal: Equal Pay May Come With Job Comparisons" (1977). Washington State Conference for Women, 1977. 139.
Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, University Relations Office and Washington State Conference for Women 1977 (Box 17), Central Washington University Archives and Special Collections
Women's rights, Equal rights amendments--Washington (State), Washington State International Women's Year Conference (1977)