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It's been a long time coming — the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, which gives women equal rights in the U.S. Constitution — and certainly no one expected the Old Dominion to be the deciding state — but this may be the year. And Virginia just may the tipping point for this much contested amendment.

Feminists, get your party hats ready. When the Virginia General Assembly convenes on January 9, it will do so for the 400th time. While most of the decisions made this session only impact the lives of Virginians, one issue will have the nation's focus. During the session, there will be a bipartisan push for Virginia to be the 38th state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment, or ERA, solidifying it in the United States' Constitution.

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