California becomes 1st state to require women on corporate boards
California has become the first state to require that publicly traded companies have women on their boards of directors. Governor Jerry Brown signed the law on Sunday, but admits that legal challenges could doom the law before it takes effect. TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie reports.
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