To GET THE EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT PASSED IN 2019 – Here’s something you can do that’s easy
FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR KEYBOARD
**COPY AND PASTE this into an EMAIL & send to your Reps and Senators over and over again now through 2019:
Please pledge to co-sponsor and support the Equal Rights Amendment when it comes up in the 2019 legislative session. The ERA will ensure constitutional equality for women and men equally. Thank you for considering my views.
It’s unacceptable that the Equal Rights Amendment has not been ratified in our state and I would like you to make it a priority. 96% of Americans agree: all people are equal and should be treated equally under the law.
Fair pay, reproductive rights, health care disparities, violence and increasing poverty – these are just a few of the life-threatening issues facing American women today. The ERA is a singular, unique and broadly unifying action step that can be rallied around.
Thank you for considering my views.
If you need more information please see: http://sheville.org/era-bulletin-board-ratify-equal-rights-amendment-now/
Send this email out to others you know in North Carolina or others in the southeast! WE ONLY NEED TWO MORE STATES.
Tags: constitutional equazlity, equal rights amendment, income disparity, reproductive rights, womens equality
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