Will the United States Finally Get a National Women's History Museum? Congress Just Introduced Two Bipartisan Bills to Build One

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Article on the introduction of a Senate bill and companion legislation in the House to establish a National Women's History Museum as part of the Smithsonian Institution.


  • Pelosi, Nancy 1940-
  • Collins, Susan 1952-
  • Feinstein, Dianne 1933-
  • Maloney, Carolyn
  • American Womens History Initiative
  • United States Congress
  • United States Congress Senate
  • Smithsonian Institution


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