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Virginia could become last state needed to ratify Equal Rights Amendment
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[quote:Fifth-and-a-Half Element:MV8zOTQ0MjYzXzcxMjUzMDA0X0VGMENEMjcy] [quote:jake:MV8zOTQ0MjYzXzcxMjUyOTg3XzlCMTU1MkE=] you black low iq morons still playing the victim card? [/quote] No, just posting a link showing the possibility for ratification of Amendment 28, the first amendment to our Constitution since 1992. And by the way, thanks for replying to my thread. :hf: [/quote]
Thirty-seven states have ratified the Equal Rights Amendment, just one shy of the 38 required to ratify a constitutional amendment.
Now, there's an effort to get Virginia on board to pass the amendment during the General Assembly session early next year.
The proposed federal amendment would guarantee equal rights on the basis of gender. Congress passed the law in 1972 and states are required to ratify it to make it a constitutional amendment, but not enough have. At the time, Congress put a 10-year deadline to ratify, but advocates believe ratification can still happen.
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