Equal Rights Amendment: Congress Won’t Bring It Back


hortly prior to Congress avoided town for its spring break, Alaska senator Lisa Murkowski spoke at an instruction sponsored by supporters of the Equal Rights Modification. “For those staff who are on this briefing, your mission is to go out and talk to your bosses,” Murkowski stated. “If your boss is a man, ask him if he wants his wife, his daughters, his mother to be protected by the Constitution.”

The Equal Rights Modification, which Congress sent out to the specifies for ratification in 1972, states that “equality of rights under the law will not be rejected or abridged by the United States …

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.