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March 12 (Bloomberg) — President Barack Obama is emphasizing economic issues that affect women, a key voting bloc in November’s congressional elections, meeting today with female lawmakers at the White House and releasing a report on the gender gap in income.

The report by the president’s Council of Economic Advisers says that while women are making progress in male-dominated occupations, a wage gap persists. The White House will host a summit on working families on June 23.

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