Yeah, no. Businesses should not have to explain in detail every single difference in pay. Commerce is far too complicated for a rigid bill like this. Differences in skill are also not addressed. The fact is that everyone wants to be the victim, but gender discrimination is simply not that big of an issue. When accounting for choices in profession and hours worked, the pay gap shrinks to about 9 cents per dollar. While this is an issue, it doesn't warrant burdensome, anti-business legislation. Instead, get rid of the gag rule on discussing pay, force public companies to disclose salary information to shareholders, and work on shifting the cultural mindset so more women enter male-dominated fields, and male bosses acknowledge the equal potential of female employees.