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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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Virginia is #38!!!!!

Del. Jennifer Carroll Foy An extraordinary day, nearly a century in the making, nearly half a century since Congress passed the Equal Rights Amendment and states began the ratification process: something really big to put in the DONE! category--the state of Virginia today voted to become the 38th state to…

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The Big Virginia Vote: January 15, 2020

Today Chief Patron House Delegate Jennifer Carroll Foy's ERA resolution HJ 1 was voted out of the House Privileges and Elections Committee by a vote of 13-9. The ERA had been stopped there many times before. Left: Delegate Hala Ayala Right: Delegate Jennifer Carroll Foy We are happy to report…

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ERA Coalition Alabama Press Release: December 18, 2019

For Immediate Release -- (December 18, 2019) New York, NY -- The filing of a lawsuit by Alabama’s Attorney-General to stop the Equal Rights Amendment is a shameful effort to keep women from gaining Constitutional equality. 94% of Americans support the ERA - 99% of millennials who all believe that…

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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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Tell Congress to VOTE for the ERA time limit removal!

Please join us in an urgent action: sign our petition to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Majority Leader Steny Hoyer to hold a floor vote on HJ Res 79, the bill to remove the time limit on the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). The ERA is on the brink of becoming…

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Set the Stage for Victory in 2020!

It was an amazing year for the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), and we have so much to look forward to in 2020. The time for the ERA is now, and with your support we are certain it will get done.Virginia is poised to vote to ratify the ERA in January, becoming the 38th and final state required…

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VA ERA Bills Are In And Maloney Wins Oversight!

Breaking News: Maloney Wins Oversight Chair Our sincerest congratulations to long-time ERA champion Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) for winning the powerful position of Chair of the Oversight Committee in the House of Representatives. She takes over from the late Elijah Cummings, who died last month. She becomes the first woman…

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ERA Coalition Press Release: November 15, 2019

House Judiciary Committee Votes 21-11 to Remove the Time Limit Set in the Preamble of the 1972 Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) (November 15, 2019) Washington, D.C. -- The ERA Coalition applauds the decisive vote in the House Judiciary Committee on November 13 to remove the time limit set in the…

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The Ayes Have It: 21-11!

The "Ayes" have it! The House Judiciary Committee voted 21-11 to remove the time limit contained in the preamble of the 1972 Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). It was thrilling to sit in the House Judiciary Committee Hearing Room today for Chairman Nadler's impassioned opening--and to hear so many strong and moving remarks on…

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