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Amy Schumer, Seth Rogen stump for equal pay in Bud Light's latest fake political ad

Since announcing its mock-run for the presidency during this year’s Super Bowl, the so-called Bud Light Party has gone from apolitically mocking American electoral cliches to actually spelling out positions on some hot-button issues — albeit relatively clear-cut ones.
In a new commercial released this week, Bud Light spokespeople Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen tackle the well-documented gap in wages between men and women as well as the so-called “pink tax” (the higher prices companies tend to charge for consumer products marketed towards women than those aimed at men).
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