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Carolyn  B. Maloney Feb 13
I first introduced the Equal Rights Amendment () 20+ years ago – and it’s as needed today as it was then. Women’s equality WILL be spelled out in the Constitution. And we will spell it E-R-A. My full floor speech in support of :
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Rep. Doug Collins Feb 10
Congress doesn’t have the constitutional authority to retroactively revive a failed constitutional amendment and to subject citizens in all 50 states to what may be the current political trends in just one state.
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(((Rep. Nadler))) Feb 13
I couldn't be prouder to have guided the through and managed the debate on the House floor this morning as we took the historic step to enshrine equal rights for women in the Constitution.
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Jennifer Carroll Foy Feb 13
BREAKING: The House of Representatives has voted to remove the 1982 ratification deadline! Thank you to & for your fearless leadership on constitutional gender equality & congrats to for presiding over the passage.
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Rep. Doug Collins Feb 10
Replying to @RepDougCollins
The has already recognized that. The past Democratic leadership of the U.S. House of Representatives recognized that. But apparently the current Democratic leadership is intent on rewriting history.
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Barbara Malmet Feb 13
House votes to eliminate Equal Rights Amendment ratification deadline. As speaker, Pelosi rarely votes on the House floor, but today she did. "I welcome the opportunity to cast a vote to end discrimination on the basis of sex,"
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Senator Bob Casey Feb 13
The House just voted to remove the deadline on the and prove that there’s no deadline on equality. Now the Senate must do the same. Our Constitution must reflect our values: that we all deserve equal treatment under the law.
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Katherine Clark Feb 13
How do we celebrate in the House? Voting for equal rights for women!!
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Rep. Deb Haaland Feb 13
Women deserve to be treated equally under the law, but this Administration is working to stop our movement toward equality. Today, we took a historic step, so we can finally ratify the after generations of women have poured their energy organizing this movement.
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Rep. Eric Swalwell Feb 13
The House just passed the , bringing us one step closer to true equality under the law. Now it's time for to do his job & hold a vote on this critical legislation to ensure that women can no longer be discriminated against simply for being who they are.
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Rep. Jennifer Wexton Feb 13
Virginia women persevered, making our commonwealth the 38th & final state to ratify the . And today 's resolution that makes clear equality has no deadline just PASSED the House! Especially proud to represent Virginia with & today.
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Ayanna Pressley Feb 13
Let me be clear– I am no victim but I call it like I see it. Women have made gains in the fight for equality while calling out systemic injustices like the sexist wage gap for yrs. As a journalist, you should work on honoring accurate reporting more than you honor clickbait
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Rep. Abigail Spanberger Feb 13
The House just voted to remove the ratification deadline on the ! Virginia has played such a pivotal role in this process, and I was proud to have some future Commonwealth leaders with me for today's vote. Equality should have no expiration date.
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Rep. Ted Lieu Feb 13
In 2016, we were proud to work with actress to highlight the need for Congress to ratify the . Today, the House passed legislation to facilitate that ratification, making us one step closer to affirming women's equality under the law.
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Rep. Sylvia Garcia Feb 13
I was a law student when I was a Texas delegate to the International Women’s Year Conference of 1977 in Houston. Fast forward to the Resolution debate and passage on the House floor today - different floor, but same debate.
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Rep. Susie Lee Feb 10
A monumental week is right! ✅Pass the Smithsonian Women’s History Museum Act ✅Remove the deadline to ratify the I told you. Better get used to the force that is women in Congress💪
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Dr. Dena Grayson Feb 11
Last I checked, a woman couldn’t get pregnant without sperm from a man, but according to the , only men should have full rights under the constitution.🙄
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Katherine Clark Feb 13
“Girls just want to be equal” — yes, we do! And today we voted!
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Congresswoman Lori Trahan Feb 13
Attorneys General from around the country are calling on Congress to pass the , including Attorney General . I am proud to say, today the House PASSED the resolution - one step closer towards equality in this country!
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Rena Korb Feb 15
Women made the Blue Wave of 2018 happen and we will do@it again this November. Thank@you to my representative . for pushing forward the .
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