According to video that was released on Thursday commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Family and Medical Leave Act, or FMLA, Vice President Biden stated that more than half of the women working in his administration are female.
When speaking about the development of the FMLA and his achievements in terms of assisting low-income families with working mothers, the president once again jumbled his words, and this time he did so when he was talking about the FMLA and his achievements.
At the White House, Vice President Joe Biden gave a speech.
“More than half the women of my cabinet, more than half the people of my cabinet, more than half the women in my administration are women,” Biden said.
Alongside the President, former President Bill Clinton, who was responsible for signing the Family and Medical Leave Act into law in 1993, and Vice President Kamala Harris were also in attendance.
On Thursday, Clinton discussed the reasons why the Family and Medical Leave Act was so critical back then, just as it is today.
He explained that during his campaign for president in 1992, there was a significantly higher prevalence of working mothers than there had been during his childhood.
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When Vice President Biden took the podium, he announced that Medicaid had been extended so that new mothers could take a year off work to receive treatment for conditions such as postpartum depression. He mentioned that his administration had passed the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act in December, which provides mothers with modest, fundamental support as well as time to recover after giving birth to a child.
The president also stated that funds from the American Rescue Plan have helped increase pay for childcare workers, the majority of whom are women, and that legislation that was recently signed increases the childcare development block grant by 30% in order to assist low-income families in affording childcare.
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