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Group gathers in downtown Chicago to protest court’s abortion ban

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CHICAGO —Protests continued throughout the nation Saturday over the Supreme Court’s ruling on abortion.

On Friday, the court docket stripped away the nation’s constitutional protections for abortion that had stood for practically a half-century. The choice by the court’s conservative majority overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling and is anticipated to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states.

In Chicago, a bunch of demonstrators gathered at Federal Plaza to rally once more abortion bans.

The group held their indicators excessive and voiced outrage.

Among these taking the rostrum in the course of the occasion was Lieutenant Governor Juliana Stratton.

“I’m passionate about it as a woman, as a mother of four daughters who should have more rights than I did growing up,” she stated. 

Stratton reiterated the significance of voting each this coming Tuesday and later this year.

“There are people who we know are celebrating this decisions,” she stated. “We need to make sure they’re not in decision making positions.”  

Some on the protest raised considerations about what different rulings which will now be reconsidered.  

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