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The Trump administration has blocked a rule that would have required employers to report pay data that breaks down the information by gender, race and ethnicity. Photo: iStock

It just got harder (again) for women and minorities to be confident that their pay rate is not discriminatory. 

Reuters reports that the Trump administration has blocked a rule that would have required employers to report pay data that breaks down the information by gender, race and ethnicity. Business groups have fought the rule, which was put in place under former President Obama, claiming it “would not have the intended effect of addressing wage gaps.” 

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