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Marshall Plan for Moms polled women across the political spectrum to find out how the pandemic has impacted mothers, and how lawmakers can help.
MAKING WORKPLACES WORK FOR MOMS
Our new playbook for employers lays out the daily injustices working moms face and exactly what we need to return to, and thrive at, work.
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Moms deserve more than flowers
To raise awareness about how our broken policies impact moms, this Mother’s Day we launched the first-ever flower shop selling bouquets at prices that represent what moms are truly worth.
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Dear President Biden
In January, 50 prominent women called on the Biden Administration to implement a Marshall Plan for Moms, a 360-plan to provide direct payments to moms and pass long overdue policies.
Male Allies Join The Movement
We followed our first ad with a letter in the Washington Post signed by prominent male allies. Women are not standing alone— this is a broad coalition and growing movement.
Bold Legislation to Help Moms
Marshall Plan for Moms legislation has been introduced in the House by Congresswoman Grace Meng (D-NY) and in the Senate by Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL).