As we continue our fight towards the equal constitutional protections of all on account of sex, many new organizations have followed suit and joined forces to become members alongside the 280+ members of the ERA Coalition. As a show of our gratitude and continued support, we would like to take a moment to spotlight our newest members at the start of this new year!
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It’s time to shop!
You already know that your purchase in the ERA Coalition store goes directly to support the work of the Coalition. You can get your Elect Equality, ERA Coalition, and WOMAN Corp gear all in one place and support your favorite organization! But now you can also find great gifts for your like-minded friends and family at two other online shops that are committed to supporting the work of equality: Pro-Choice Majority and Sewn for Good!
Bring SJ Res 1/HJ Res 17 up for a vote
The ERA Coalition has been pushing for the Senate to schedule a vote on the Equal Rights Amendment time limit removal since it first introduced its resolution at the beginning of the 117th Congress. But we’re not the only ones calling for Senator Schumer to take action and schedule SJ Res 1/HJ Res 17 for a vote – many of our partners have joined in the chorus of supporters!
ERA Coalition Statement on Passage of the Respect for Marriage Act
Access to abortion was not the only issue to come under attack after the Supreme Court ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade in their Dobbs decision; same sex marriage was also highlighted by the court as fodder for repeal.
ERA Coalition/Fund for Women’s Equality Statement on the Outcome of the Midterm Elections
It’s clear that women voters and allies turned out in high numbers in support of equality, bodily autonomy, and voting rights this election cycle. We congratulate the 26 ERA Certified candidates that have been called as winning their respective races and celebrate ballot measures across the country showing that voters support reproductive rights and care by unmistakable majorities.
Gold Stars to the Golden State
Earlier this Summer, the California Legislature passed two measures in response to the Equal Rights Amendment. SCR 92 directs the California Law Revision Commission to analyze the State’s laws for sex discrimination.