Mary Whitmore, who worked for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s and ’80s, holds a sign to demonstrate her support of a new push for the ERA last weekend in Coupeville. The amendment fell short of ratification, by three states, before a 1982 deadline. Whitmore is heading a new Island County Democrats ERA committee. (Courtesy Mary Whitmore)

Whidbey Island woman continues battle for Equal Rights Amendment

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