Examples of inequity in a Sentence
the inequities in wages paid to men and women
the inequity of the punishment led many people to believe that the defendant was being punished for his political beliefs
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But failing to reckon with the deep inequities of flood insurance is no different from climate denial, and no less damaging.
Pat) understands how comedy is the most powerful weapon on Earth against sorrow and inequity.
Education groups have said more needs to be done to address inequities in school spending — and at least one group is encouraging Nixon to run.
That the penalties are inherently unfair to some of the affected athletes is heart-rending, yet inevitable. That the Committee on Infractions is helpless to impose punishment more precisely is among the long-standing inequities of college athletics.
As Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s final term draws to a close, many of the same inequities that have dogged the Crescent City for decades persist.
This installment deals with inequity in the economy, housing and transportation.
Unions are skeptical, saying the report is a feeble response to inequity.
Vox’s Dylan Matthews spotlights the insane inequity of the plan with this stat: Including the tax hikes, the overall plan would give the average family earning under $25,000 per year a $40 tax cut, or a 0.3 percent boost in after-tax income.
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