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Phyllis Schlafly campaigned to stop the Equal Rights Amendment. At the Supreme Court, two self-identified feminist groups are taking the same side as the ultra-conservative policy organization she founded.
The Court is considering taking three cases that ask whether Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects against sexual orientation or gender identity discrimination.
For decades, Republicans have artfully taken over state legislatures and weaponized their control to roll back voting protections.