Possibly the younger one now feels safe enough in her new home to establish her own rules and will now reach for a new position in the pack.
When the older one is scolded for/stopped while trying to supress that, she will withdraw - and will have more difficulties to keep her position as the original home owner.
To bring two adult females together is not creating the same scenario as when a puppy is introduced to an older dog, that might sort of 'adopt' it and teach it 'manners' for months which the young one will then remember for a long time, even if it is getting stronger and more selfassured over time.
'Equal treatment' is something that is valued by humans, not by dogs.
Especially with female-female or male-male partnering there will be dominance issues over any kind of ressource (food, toys, your attention in any given moment, places to rest, places to watch from, whatever). You might be able to supress any kind of aggression while you are in the room, but only then.
At home partnering of female-male offer a better chance for developement of a friendly cooperation - drawback: outside there usually are other issues: most males will get reactive, showing other males, that they don't want anybody to come into contact with their female, so that this combination is not the one I would prefer for a walk/free play together in the dog park.
Look for expert advise (APDT-Trainer for example) for how to handle the situation in detail or even start to think of rehoming the new one. Best wishes and Good luck!