For the third time, Senate Republicans voted to block open debate of the Paycheck Fairness Act, which tries to address and find a solution for the fact that women who work full time earn an average of  77 cents to every dollar that men make.  According to the Huffington Post, the bill would "prohibit retaliation against employees who share their salary information with each other, which supporters say would eliminate the culture of silence that keeps women in the dark about pay discrimination.  It would also require the Department of Labor to collect wage data from employers, broken down by race and gender, and require employers to show that wage differentials between men and women in the same jobs are for a reason other than sex."  Republicans argue that the bill will result in unfair lawsuits for employers and that Democrats are using the bill as a distraction for failed economic policy.  Democrats are furious with Republicans' refusal to even discuss the bill; below are some of their responses: