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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday he sealed new compensate equity legislation during a U.S. women’s soccer team’s feat march in Manhattan.
Cuomo’s proclamation comes as several Democratic lawmakers and presidential contenders have upheld a team’s quarrel to acquire as most as a men’s soccer group makes.
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“The women’s soccer group plays a same diversion that a men’s soccer players play — usually better,” Cuomo, a Democrat, tweeted. “If anything, a group should get paid less.”
He added: “Thank we @USWNT for assisting lead this transformation for change!”
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Cuomo pronounced a law removes a “loophole” that allows gender taste in compensate for a same job, according to PIX 11.
“If we don’t compensate women what we compensate men, afterwards we have no business in a state of New York,” he said.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., was among those who congratulated a group on defeating a Netherlands on Sunday to win their second true Women’s World Cup. The 2020 presidential carefree called for a group to get paid equally.
“Once again a @USWNT has proven they’re a best group in a world—now let’s make certain they’re paid like it,” she tweeted.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., echoed Gillibrand’s call, tweeting: “At this indicate we shouldn’t even be seeking for #EqualPay for a #USWMNT – we should direct they be paid during slightest twice as much.”
Presidential contender Beto O’Rourke tweeted: “pay them what they deserve.”
FIFA faced critique newly for a compensate opening between group and women’s soccer. Prize income for a Women’s World Cup was $30 million, while a men’s esteem purse was set during $400 million in Russia final year.
Megan Rapinoe called out FIFA on a compensate inconsistency forward of a final.
“It positively is not fair,” Rapinoe said. “We should double it now and use that series to double it or quadruple it for a subsequent time. That’s what we meant when we speak about, ‘Do we feel respected?’”
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According to The New York Times, FIFA boss Gianni Infantino affianced to double a esteem income for a subsequent Women’s World Cup in 2023.
Fox News’ Stephen Sorace contributed to this report.