Amy Poehler shows support for California's Domestic Workers - watch
The bill - also known as AB889 - calls for an end in excluding basic labour protections for domestic workers such as housekeepers, childcare providers and caregivers.
In the one-minute PSA, Poehler admits that she's able to be "an actor, a mother and a working woman" due to the daily assistance she gets in her home.
"Many people ask me how I balance it all and the truth is it wouldn't be possible for me to do all those things without the help I get in my home every day," she says.
"Every day, so many working women get to do what they do because there are wonderful people in their home, helping them. These workers, who inspire and influence our children, who take care of our loved ones and our homes, have been excluded from basic labour protections for generations.
"Please help us right that wrong and pass the California Domestic Workers Bill of Rights this year. It's time these workers were treated with dignity and respect."
If the bill is passed, domestic workers will be provided overtime pay, meal and rest breaks and adequate sleeping conditions for live-in workers.
Poehler stars in NBC comedy Parks and Recreation as the Deputy Director of the Parks Department, who ran for city council on season four.
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