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Title Broadside, Vol. 13, No. 7, August 1982
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date August 1982
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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Transcript BROADSIDE PAGE 3 ERA reintroduced in Senate. House WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Equal Rights Amendment was reintroduced in Congress Wednesday, and House Speaker Thomas O'Neill told an ERA rally on the Capitol steps that "success is out there." Judiciary Committee Chairman Peter Rodino, with 201 co-sponsors, reintroduced the controversial constitutional amendment in the House, and Sen. Paul Tsongas, D-Mass., with 50 co-sponsors, introduced it in the Senate. Afterward, members of Congress joined several hundred ERA supporters and politicians at the rally on a typically hot and steamy Washington summer day. "I'm sure 80 percent of the people are with us even though the amendment failed" to win ratification, O'Neill told the cheering crowd. "I know that success is out there." Tsongas pledged: "We are here today to make it clear ERA Is going to pass Congress and become part of the Constitution." The crowd, mostly women, cheered old ERA slogans, and hissed and booed at any mention of President Reagan, who opposed ERA, or Phyllis Schlafly, who successfully rallied opposition to it. "Do you get the feeling that momentum is building?" asked Tsongas. "Yes," the crowded thundered back, amid whistles and applause. - One group of women silently unfurled a green banner with the words of the amendment across the steps of the Capitol's west front. Others held aloft banners proclaiming: "ERA Won't Go Away," and "Put Women in the Constitution." The new amendment reads the same as the earlier version, which passed Congress but fell three states short of becoming the law of the land. It says: "Equality of rights under the law shall not be abridged by any state on account of sex." The Houston Post/Thurs., July 15, 1982 The 1982 National NOW Conference is expected to attract record-breaking attendance in Indianapolis on October 8-10. As the first National Conference after the historic ERA Countdown Campaign and the first election of national officers in three years, the event will set the course for the focus of NOW activities in a new and challenging phase of our history. The National Conference is the supreme governing body of NOW. Marion Wagner, 1982 Conference Coordinator, urged all NOW members to attend. "We are pleased to invite you all to Indianapolis," she said, "and honored to be hosting what we know will be a historic and unforgettable Conference. Our Indiana NOW activists are looking forward to having you here and to doing all we can to make this an energizing and rewarding experience for you." Business card ads are available at a rate of $5 per month, below are the rates for other size ads. Size One Issue Six Issues 1/4 page or less 1/2 page FulI page $8.00 $15.00 $32.00 $40.00 $85.00 $175.00 Styling of ads are at the discretion of the Editor unless camera ready copy is provided. We reserve the right to refuse advertising to anyone. Ads for political candidates are paid ads and do not signify endorsement by NOW.