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“There’s more work that needs to be done.”

Three years ago, President Obama signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act into law as his first act as President. Thanks to the this legislation, we are closer than ever before to ensuring that hard work is rewarded fairly and without discrimination, and we've made progress in the effort to ensure all Americans can go as far as their work will take them.

On the third anniversary of the signing of the law, Lilly Ledbetter, shared her story of her struggle to be paid a fair wage and also why she is continuing to support President Obama in 2012. Watch the video to hear from the inspiration behind the first bill the President signed into law, then join New Hampshire Women for Obama tomorrow night at a phone bank where we will reach out to voters about the Fair Pay Act and the Obama administration's accomplishments for women.

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