There are two in Louisiana, one in New Jersey. Illinois has two -- and Virginia one. Wyoming comes in with one. West Virginia, one. Utah and Indiana? One each.
We're talking about Congressional districts in which women earn well less that 70% of what men in the same job earn. The districts where the lowest wages in the nation await the working woman as compared to her male counterpart. Knuckledragger areas probably.
Women are earning less than men in 97 percent of Congressional districts, the National Partnership for Women and Families has calculated. That means that only 13 members of Congress have the privilege of representing an area where women are out-earning or making equal pay to men. ...Think Progress