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Here is how the Biden, GOP stimulus plans would help moms amid coronavirus pandemic

Charlize Theron, Amy Schumer, Gabrielle Union and Eva Longoria are among a group of moms, including non-celebrities, calling on Congress and the Biden administration to offer more support for working moms amid the coronavirus pandemic. The four actresses have signed onto a letter, seen last month in a full-page New York Times ad, urging President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris to create a “Marshall Plan for Moms,” that would provide a means-tested monthly payment to moms and would be led by a “caregiving czar” tasked with implementing workplace benefits like parental leave, affordable child care and pay equity. “So many moms I know today, we are reaching our breaking point, so we have an opportunity to rethink motherhood, to create equity and fairness and to value what is most important to us, which is America’s moms,” said Reshma Saujani, the founder and CEO of Girls Who Code and a mom of two who is leading the new Marshall Plan effort.

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