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Arizona stymied in taking ‘next logical step’ toward equality

After beating the rest of the country in giving women the right to vote, Arizona has trailed the pack in passing the Equal Rights Amendment. Arizona women led the charge for the right to vote in 1912, the year the territory became a state — and a full eight years before the rest of the nation ...

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