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Equal Rights Amendment

noun [S]
 
 
( abbreviation ERA) GOVERNMENT, LAW
a suggested change to the US constitution (= set of national laws) which was intended to give women the right to equal treatment under any national or local law, but has never completed the process of being approved
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