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    2. Editorial: California Law Forcing Companies to Put Women on Corporate Boards is Coercion. But it’s Working

      Editorial: California Law Forcing Companies to Put Women on Corporate Boards is Coercion. But it’s Working
      We were never fans of SB 826, the law that went into effect last week requiring publicly traded companies based in California to add women to their corporate boards or face heavy fines. Diversity on corporate boards and in C-suites is extremely important, but the idea of a government-set quota was troubling from the start and legally questionable as well...
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    3. California Sued Over Law Requiring Women on Corporate Boards

      California Sued Over Law Requiring Women on Corporate Boards
      Californias first-in-the-nation law mandating women on boards of publicly held companies is facing what appears to be its first legal challenge. Judicial Watch, a Washington-based conservative activist group, said in a lawsuit filed this week on behalf of three California taxpayers that spending taxpayer money enforcing the law is illegal under the California constitution...
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    1. It's not politically correct anymore to oppose putting women on corporate boards, even in Japan.
      In It's Not Demand Holding Women Back From Joining Japan's Boards
    2. The negative wealth effects we document appear to be driven by the limited pool of qualified female director candidates, a factor that likely is tied to the under-representation of women on corporate boards.
      In California Law Mandating Women on Corporate Boards Hurts Shareholder Value, UNC Study Shows