So I'm looking at it right now and it's #29 of the 2022 RPT Planks.
It says that RPT should adopt a resolution clarifying that the 1972 ratification by the 62nd Texas Legislature of the proposed Equal Rights Amendment to the US Constitution was valid only only through March 22, 1979.
The Act has never been fully ratified and the time limit has lapsed for ratification. Cannot repeal an Act that isn't Law.
Arguments against the Act were that it was WOKE before WOKE was cool.
Women and all races are already covered by the Constitution. Adding this Amendment is redundant and implies that the Constitution is inherently flawed, which it is not.
The plank simply seeks to clarify and establish that the Act is beyond the timeline for ratification and is unnecessary to it's core.
#244 says that the TX ratification should be repealed as it was not a lawful ratification and the Act is wholly unnecessary, and redundant. The Constitution is clear. Everyone is covered.