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03.24.2017

NOW Charts Path Forward After Health Care Victory

The Republican House leadership today did the right thing—for the wrong reasons.

03.20.2017

ERA Yes!

The Nevada Assembly’s vote to make Nevada the 36th state to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment is a ringing declaration of support for the explicit guarantee of constitutional rights for women.

03.16.2017

NOW Launches New National Action Program

In the wake of International Women’s Day–a day that saw yet another incredible outpouring of support for the rights of all women, across the country and the globe–the National Organization for Women is thrilled to announce the launch of our newly expanded National Action Program. The issues we face today are many of the same… Read more »


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TrumpCare will fail all women

One of the most dangerous “alternative facts” coming from the White House these days is that the Affordable Care Act — ObamaCare — is an abject failure on the brink of collapse.

Thirty-five years past a deadline set by Congress, Nevada ratifies the Equal Rights Amendment

Terry O’Neill, president of NOW, said she hoped Nevada’s ratification would embolden some other states like Virginia and Illinois to follow the Silver State’s lead.

Here Are All of the Ways You Can Participate in the Women’s Strike

Terry O’Neill, president of the National Organization of Women, pointed out that, even if you have to go into the office, you should still try to engage your co-workers in conversations about the strike.


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Lacking Evidence of Voter Fraud, Legislatures Target Its Specter

Given Republicans’ history of raising undocumented claims of fraud, Democrats and voting rights advocates say that citing perceptions of tainted ballots as a reason for voting restrictions is disingenuous at best.

Our cynicism will not build a movement. Collaboration will.

If there was ever a time to activate our organizer super powers, this is it.

Gavin Grimm: What Supreme Court Announcement Means for Trans Rights

It was supposed to be the first transgender-rights case to make it to the nation’s highest court – so what happens now?