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Thousands of Pro-Abortion Protesters March to the Supreme Court

WASHINGTON—At least 2,000 protesters marched to the Supreme Court Saturday to protest the potential overturn of Roe v. Wade.

Despite rainy weather, the area saw the largest Washington pro-abortion protest since a leaked Supreme Court opinion suggested that the court might overturn Roe v. Wade.

The protest march started at the Washington Memorial, organized by the Women’s March. Compared to previous D.C. , the starting crowd sounded far less angry and included a wider variety of ages.

“We want to fight for women’s rights. We want to make it known that it’s a bigger issue than people think,” said Rhaegan Walker, a protester from Suffolk, Virginia.

Walker added that she wasn’t worried about being arrested for protesting outside the house of a Supreme Court justice.

“That’s not something I’m personally worried about. I will get arrested for something I believe in,” she said.

Protesters also came to the march from

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