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My ERA journey in Missouri

TweetI thought it was time to start documenting the journey I have been on in Missouri for passage of the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. For the 4th year in a row a Senate Resolution Bill has been filed in my state of Missouri. The bright red and conservative nature of my legislature has [...]
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Support the Equal Rights Amendment

TweetI am part of this group in Facebook called ERA NOW. They are an organization dedicated to the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. Some people may think we don’t need the ERA, because societal progress has eradicated the need for it. Not true. From women still making 77 cents to every dollar a man [...]
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Petition the White House to support the Equal Rights Amendment

TweetAs the years between the 2010 and 2012 elections demonstrated, from HR 358 (the “Let Women Die” Bill) to Virginia’s forced ultrasound bill to the many Republican trivializations of rape, the fundamental human rights of women are still considered negotiable in American politics. That might be because there is still no explicit guarantee in the [...]
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With Respect, Justice Scalia, Women are Real Persons

As word of Justice Scalia’s recent interview flew across the intertubes, historians, legal scholars, and feminists jumped in to correct his assertion that the Constitution does not protect women.
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Alright Then, Let Men Compete

Tweetby Megan Carpentier from On The Issues Magazine This summer, Hanna Rosin warned readers of The Atlantic that the apocalypse was nigh — for boys, at least. In an article provocatively titled The End Of Men, Rosin used the increasing preponderance of women in higher education and the low rungs of our recession-impacted workforce (as [...]
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