Cuomo announced the news on Twitter Wednesday morning, sharing a photo of himself with the newly-singed legislation at the USWNT World Cup celebration in lower Manhattan. Obviously, I think the tweets were negative in tone as he usually does, but I think we just even moreso in that moment realized we're so much more than what we are on the field. If anything, the men should get paid less. She also kneeled while wearing a national team uniform, prompting U.S. Soccer to institute Policy 604-1 which mandates players "representing a Federation national team shall stand respectfully during the playing of national anthems at any event in which the Federation is represented".
American rapper Snoop Dogg has given his full support to the USA Women's national team in their fight for equal pay. "And he will continue to invest -" the crowd loudly booed and chanted, "Equal pay!" In recent decades, the honor was been reserved for championship teams, including the New York Yankees and New York Giants. He then hopped on the national team float, one of several that traveled along New York City's Canyon of Heroes toward City Hall as confetti rained from office buildings.
Manchin has introduced a bill on the Senate floor which says federal funding for hosting the 2026 World Cup will be withheld until the USWNT is paid on equal terms with the men. "I'm encouraging everyone to call their Senator and Representatives to help us get this bill passed and finally pay the equitable pay they deserve".
World Cup Golden Boot victor Megan Rapinoe also called for the conversations on equal pay to move forward to the next stage.
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"I think the conversation needs to move from, you know, are we worth it, or should we have equal pay, to what can we do now?"
The team had already started celebrating its record fourth Women's World Cup title. "You have to pay a woman for the same work in the state of NY". "By signing this legislation, we are not only doing the right thing, we are also doing the moral thing".
Adoring fans lined New York City's Canyon of Heroes on Wednesday to praise the World Cup-winning US women's national soccer team as athletic leaders on the field - and as advocates for pay equity off it.