Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton renews call for equal pay for women saying: ''We need to be paid so that we can pull our own weight.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made a campaign stop in Baltimore, Maryland on Sunday, where flanked by Democratic members of Congress she made a call for equal pay for women's work. "Nobody wants to see them cheated out of what they deserve when it comes time to be paid" Clinton told voters. "And the last time I checked, you don't get a women's discount when you check out at the supermarket." As her rival for the U.S. Democratic presidential nomination racked up another victory, front-runner Hillary Clinton on Sunday is trying to ramp-up support. Rival Sen. Bernie Sanders won the Wyoming caucuses on Saturday, beating Clinton in seven out of the last eight Democratic nominating contests as the two gear up for a crucial matchup in New York state.