Bill is DOA in the current Senate/administration in any case.
This WaPo article has detailed analysis: https://www.washingt...-less-than-men/
Imho, USNT per diems and per game pay should be equal, but those amounts are peanuts in the grand scheme of things.
Bridging the gap between the FIFA WC awards to teams is a much larger sticking point. The FIFA WC bonus for all men's teams was 400M; the champions alone received $38M. For the WWC, the amounts were 30M, and 4M, respectively, an order of magnitude of difference. You could argue these amounts are due to different levels of interest and revenue but they are also completely arbitrarily set by FIFA
Getting USSF to just pay for that (for the US teams), essentially demanding a few million more for the extremely popular USWNT could happen.
Fixing FIFA in our lifetimes won't - and as many people love to point out, obviously women's soccer is less popular than men's so a discrepancy in worldwide revenue and pay is to be expected due to market forces. But you can start bridging the gap at least.
Putting more money in the women's game (not just winners' prizes, but development from an early stage) on a worldwide level would help that immensely. Infantino is talking a good game, but we'll see what actually happens. https://www.espn.com...ble-prize-money
Note: as Megan Rapinoe pointed out (can't find it at the moment), doubling the WWC prizes from 30 to 60M would be nice. But at the same time, the men's prizes are expected to go up by more than 30M, so the overall gap would actually increase in absolute terms.