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Action Alert: Call Your Rep to Support HJ Res 79!

As you know, we have been working with our supporters and partners to see Rep. Jackie Speier’s bill, HJ Res 79, brought to the House Floor for a full vote. And we did it! This Thursday, February 13th, Congress will vote to remove the time limit from the 1972 ERA. We…

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ERA Coalition Press Release: February 4, 2020

For Immediate Release -- (February 4, 2020) Washington, D.C. -- The ERA Coalition, together with Coalition member Feminist Majority, has once again delivered hundreds of iconic green ERA YES buttons to members of the House of Representatives in time for the State of the Union address this evening. Be on…

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ERA at the SOTU!

A note to let you know that many legislators attending the State of the Union tonight will be wearing the classic green ERA buttons worn for years by supporters. Last year our DC Director/Director of Outreach and Advocacy, Bettina Hager, rushed the pins to the members and we got iconic…

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ERA Coalition Press Release: January 30, 2020

For Immediate Release -- (January 30, 2020) Washington, D.C. -- The ERA Coalition and Fund for Women’s Equality welcomes the legal action of Attorney General Mark Herring of Virginia, Attorney General Kwame Raoul of Illinois and Attorney General Aaron Ford of Nevada to support constitutional equality for women. The legislators…

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VA, IL, NV Sue over ERA!

From left to right:Virginia Attorney General Mark R. Herring, Nevada Solicitor General Heidi Parry Stern, CEO/Co-President of the ERA Coalition and The Fund for Women's Equality Carol Jenkins, Illinois Attorney General Kwame Raoul  Big developments today in Washington, DC.! Some highlights:  The final three states to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, Virginia, #38, Illinois, #37…

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Breaking news: Virginia is officially the 38th state to ratify the ERA!

Woman Power! We did it! Incredible day today in the Virginia General Assembly where the House voted 58-40 and the Senate voted 27-12, to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment!  The ERA Coalition issued a statement congratulating the Chamber on the Historic vote! For immediate release(Jan 27, 2020) Richmond, VA -- Today…

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ERA Coalition Press Release: January 27, 2020

Embargoed for release until 12:45pm January 27, 2020 -- Richmond, VA -- Today Virginia became the 38th state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. The ERA has now fulfilled the requirements of Article V of the Constitution to become an amendment. It is a momentous day for America, more than…

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JUST ANNOUNCED: House Floor Vote Week of February 10th!

We want to share with you the breaking news from House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer in his most recent Dear Colleague letter, indicating legislation that will be voted on in the upcoming weeks. HJ Res 79, Congresswoman Jackie Speier's bill to remove the time limit, will be taken up the…

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Breaking: Virginia's Final Votes on the ERA

On Monday, January 27th we will be in Richmond for the final celebration of Virginia's vote to become the 38th and final state needed for ratification of the ERA. Each chamber of the Virginia General Assembly--the House of Delegates and the Senate--will vote on the other's ERA resolution that passed last Wednesday, January…

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Celebrating 5 Years of Progress with You!

As 2019 comes to a close, we cannot thank you enough for your support--both activist and financial--for our work. From the staff, our Board of Directors and Advisory Council, know that you are very much appreciated.  As we stand poised for a tremendous 2020 in the life of Equal Rights…

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