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Sprinter Allyson Felix, Athleta create grants for athletes and childcare

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“It’s life changing…”: Hallie Jackson is joined by Paralympian Lora Webster, who, as a mother of 3 young kids, received a grant for childcare from sprinter Allyson Felix and clothing company Athleta as she heads to the Tokyo Olympics. Athleta's CEO, Mary Beth Laughton, also joins the conversation.