In this state, studies still show there's not equal pay for equal work. Women and minorities continue to make less on average than their white and male counterparts. Now, a new law creates a permanent commission to look at pay equity in Colorado. A temporary one formed 3 years ago, but members thought the problem was big enough to make the group a fixture. LaTerrell Bradford of Denver fought for the new law. She's an African-American woman who works in the financial industry. She discovered that a white woman, with whom she shared a job, was earning more than she was. Ryan Warner spoke with Bradford, along with Linda Meric, the National Director of 9to5, National Association of Working Women.