Lawmakers honor Women's Equality Day, push for legislation aimed at working families

"Let’s pass expanded access to affordable child care," tweeted Rep. Cummings.

— -- Lawmakers took to Twitter Saturday to express their support of Women's Equality Day.

Below, other lawmakers who rallied behind Women's Equality Day.

REP. TERI SEWELL, R-ALA.

REP. JOHN GARAMENDI, D-CALIF.

"Today we celebrate #WomensEqualityDay & look to past successes, like the #19thAmendment, to continue the fight for a level playing field," Garamendi tweeted.

"On #WomensEqualityDay we honor those who championed equality, and reflect on the inequalities that remain," Cuomo tweeted.

REP. MIKE QUIGLEY, D-ILL.

"On #WomensEqualityDay & every day, we refocus on building a more inclusive nation that expands access to economic opportunity for all," Quigley tweeted.

"Equality benefits us all," Merkley tweeted. "This #WomensEqualityDay, let's recommit to removing the many barriers that still exist for women."

"On #WomensEqualityDay, I’m remembering the wise words of my mother: 'you may be the first to do many things. Make sure you’re not the last,'" Harris tweeted.

GAVIN NEWSOM, LT. GOV. OF CALIFORNIA

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