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1000s march for abortion rights in US

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US women demonstrate for abortion rights

Thousands of women in US are afraid more states could put restrictions on abortion rights after Texas placed a near-embargo on the medical methodology.

Supportive of fetus removal rights demonstrators participate in a Women’s March in Chicago.

A huge number of ladies have walked across urban communities in the United States to fight growing limitations on fetus removal.

The 660 protests around the US on Saturday, including walk ways around the Supreme Court in Washington DC, were generally started by a Texas law that boycotts earlyabotion following a month and a half of pregnancy.

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The action, which came full circle last month, is the most prohibitive in the country.

In Washington, DC, nonconformists filled the roads encompassing the Supreme Court, yelling: “My body, my decision,” and cheering noisily to the beat of drums.

They conveyed signs that said: “Psyche your own uterus”, “I love somebody who had a fetus removal” and “Abortion is an individual decision, not a lawful discussion.”

Some wore T-shirts perusing just “1973″, a reference to the milestone Roe v Wade choice, which made early abortion legitimate for ages of American ladies.

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