Abortion rights supporters rally in anger | US | Journal Gazette

May 16, 2022 View Original Article
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45% : Polls show that most Americans want to preserve access to abortion - at least in the earlier stages of pregnancy - but the Supreme Court appeared to be poised to let the states have the final say.
40% : A half-dozen anti-abortion demonstrators sent out a countering message, with Jonathan Darnel shouting into a microphone, "Abortion is not health care, folks, because pregnancy is not an illness."
40% : "This has never been just about abortion.
37% : Teisha Kimmons, who traveled 80 miles to attend the Chicago rally, said she fears for women in states that are ready to ban abortion.
36% : At that rally, speaker after speaker told the crowd that if abortion is banned, the rights of immigrants, minorities and others will also be "gutted," as Amy Eshleman, wife of Chicago Mayor Lori lightfoot, put it.
35% : If that happens, roughly half of states, mostly in the South and Midwest, are expected to quickly ban abortion.
29% : WASHINGTON - Abortion rights supporters demonstrating at hundreds of marches and rallies Saturday expressed their outrage that the Supreme Court will soon scrap the constitutional right to abortion that has endured for nearly a half-century and their fear about what that could mean for women's reproductive choices.
27% : And I don't think banning abortion will stop abortion.

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