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Even if—or in fact because—the nation is not prepared to address the ERA in 2017, a lone symbol of equality coming from one state is still a good thing.

Just in time: Nevada prepares to pass the Equal Rights Amendment at a pivotal moment

March 15th, 2017

Even if—or in fact because—the nation is not prepared to address the ERA in 2017, a lone symbol of equality coming from one state is still a good thing.

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