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New era for ERA? 50-year battle heads toward face-off between Biden...

Five decades after a wave of lady-led conservativism killed the Equal Rights Amendment, the ERA is back and now faces its best of hope...

Supreme Court refuses to take up Equal Rights Amendment dispute; advocates...

One month after Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, having argued that the nation needs the Equal Rights Amendment, the surviving justices have...

Federal lawsuit over Equal Rights Amendment draws new allies and foes

A federal lawsuit over the five-decades-old Equal Rights Amendment drew a flurry of filings by allies and foes this month that portend an aggressive...

Conference of Mayors joins fight to implement Equal Rights Amendment

A national push to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment nearly 50 years after it was proposed by Congress grew stronger Monday with a legal...

Trump and GOP continue to block adoption of ERA; equal-rights allies...

The Equal Rights Amendment, five decades in the making and still counting, has been ratified in the requisite 38 states but is still in...

U.S. House votes to remove ERA obstacle; FL lawmakers split

WASHINGTON — The U.S. House voted on Thursday to remove one barrier to adding the Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, but plenty...

Women won right to vote in 1920 but still fighting in...

As the nation commemorates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment – granting women the right to vote –conservative leaders of the Florida Legislature...

ERA ratification: Proponents say looming battle will heat up courts and...

The Equal Rights Amendment, proposed in 1972 to guarantee that equality of rights shall not be denied or abridged on account of sex, has...

Marches will celebrate passage of ERA, as fight looms with GOP...

Equal Rights Amendment activists will celebrate this weekend after lawmakers in Virginia on Wednesday made that state the pivotal 38th one to ratify the...

The FL Legislature is a male bastion: Several committees that create...

Senator Annette Taddeo is the only female on the Florida Senate’s Banking and Insurance committee, a big-money committee that deals with financial regulations and...

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