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Virginia expected to ratify ERA bill in January 2020.
What an amazing night ending in a momentous development for the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). On Tuesday, Virginia flipped its legislature to a majority of pro-ERA lawmakers, setting the state up to become the 38th state necessary to ratify the ERA as early as January 2020.

Check out the primary bill sponsors!

NC anticipated to ratify next.  Gearing up for 39th!

What this means for NC is critical. The national campaign includes a focused emphasis on immediately securing ratification by the 39th state to bolster and firmly anchor the point that women across our country want equal rights under the U.S. Constitution. NC is well positioned to fulfill that vital role and keep the conversation going about the will of the people and equality.
The ERA-NC Alliance will be sharing information about the upcoming ratification effort in Virginia to include live streaming links to Virginia’s ERA floor vote for local Ratification Watch Parties. And, importantly, stay tuned for updates on short session plans for the ERA in NC in 2020.
This is an historic step forward and an exciting time for advocates working on the ratification of the ERA!

A big thank you to the lead primary sponsors of ERA bills in NC! CLICK HERE TO SEE WHO THEY ARE 

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