Valley Voices: Equal Rights Amendment

A woman holds up a sign as members of Congress and representatives of women's groups hold a rally to mark the 40th anniversary of congressional passage of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) outside the U.S. Capitol. [Getty Images]

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Equal Rights Amendment

The ERA has recently seen new life, with Nevada becoming the 36th state to ratify in 2017 and Illinois following suit. When 38 states finally achieve ratification, legal analysis shows a case can be made to enact the ERA.

LOCAL SUPPORT

The beautiful state that I live in, Arizona, is one of the states that has not yet ratified the Equal Rights Amendment. Let’s do whatever it takes to get a “yes” from AZ! — @elizabethk

LIVING IN PAST?

Thirteen states have not passed the Equal Rights Amendment. How long have the women of the USA waited? Too long. — @SergHanfeld

 

D-backs apply broom to Rockies

After a brutal May, the Arizona Diamondbacks swept the Rockies on Sunday to improve to 7-2 in June.

DON’T LOOK BACK

Has the slump ended? — @SilentTom113

HAVING A BLAST

That was fun. — @ahadley4312



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