Anti-abortion groups gather for 'March for Life' with Roe's fate uncertain

Demonstrators gathered in Washington on Friday for the country’s largest annual anti-abortion rally on the anniversary of the landmark SCOTUS ruling in Roe v. Wade.

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Demonstrators gathered in Washington on Friday for the country's largest annual anti-abortion rally around the anniversary of the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision establishing the right to an abortion.

Demonstrators gathered in Washington on Friday for the country’s largest annual anti-abortion rally on the anniversary of the landmark SCOTUS ruling in Roe v. Wade.

Justice Sonia Sotomayor, in a separate blistering dissent from the majority, wrote:"This case is a disaster for the rule of law and a grave disservice to women in Texas, who have a right to control their own bodies. I will not stand by silently as a State continues to nullify this constitutional guarantee."

Majorities of Americans support the Supreme Court upholding Roe v. Wade and oppose states making it harder for abortion clinics to operate, according to an ABC News/Washington Postfrom November. Three in four Americans, including majorities of Republicans, independents and Democrats, say the decision of whether to have an abortion should be left to a woman and her doctor.

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Pro-Life, not anti-abortion..........or call pro-choice people anti-lifers And the hypocrites go marching on… Catholic School kids in the DC Metro area and forced to come on buses to match. It’s only 25 degrees in DC . If the kids weren’t here, it would not be many people. 11,780 no masks, cause, you know, their bodies, their choice

You mean PRO LIFE 😏 A woman’s choice. Period.

Nation's Largest Anti-Abortion Protest Could Be Last Under Roe V. WadeThe March for Life, the largest anti-abortion rally in the U.S., returns Friday with thousands of expected protesters in Washington who feel within reach of their goal for the last 49 years: a sweeping rollback of abortion rights.

Nation's largest abortion protest could be last under RoeAnti-abortion protesters are gathering in the nation's capital with a sense that the U.S. has reached a moment that could lead to a rollback of abortion rights. The Supreme Court appears likely to let states impose tighter abortion restrictions. It should read Pro-Life protestors. In 1975, women of Iceland went on strike for equal rights. 90% of women walked off their jobs & homes, shutting down the entire country. The men could barely cope. Five years later, Iceland elected first female President. Now Iceland has the highest gender equality in the world. They will, and then those states will be economically embargoed. No modern company can operate in a third world shithole that strips fundamental rights from half their population. They are already economically insignificant - and the modern parts of the country don't need them.

Poll: As Roe teeters, most Americans oppose overturning itJust 30% of Americans say they’d like to see the Supreme Court completely overturn its Roe vs. Wade decision, with 69% opposed — a finding that’s largely consistent both with othe…

Is This The Last Anniversary Of Roe v. Wade?Looming Supreme Court decisions that could scrap or fundamentally alter abortion rights have darkened this year’s commemoration of the landmark case. Now, like my man said earlier make voting a national holiday 🎁 better chance either way this is not defeat ✨🌟💫 A pregnant woman is the only human being that can grow, sustain, and maintain another human being within her singular body, that alone should declare her as a subject matter expert and the ultimate decision maker as to what occurs in her entire body. JustEnoughWombForYouAndThee

With Roe v. Wade at risk, Illinois abortion providers open center to help out-of-state patients with travel and other resourcesEach year, thousands of women cross state lines to have an abortion in Illinois — and that number could grow exponentially as pending U.S. Supreme Court decisions and new laws in various states challenge reproductive rights across the nation.

Anti-abortion rights activists zero in on Supreme Court in annual March for LifeAs the Supreme Court considers restrictive abortion bans in Texas and Mississippi, anti-abortion activists rallied in D.C. today for the March of Life: 'This could be the last March for Life that takes place under the shadow of Roe v. Wade.' CLARENCETHOMAS abortionisawomansright I've attended Women's Rights marches in the past. All peaceful. Ok, not exactly correct there were the religious hurling their version of profanities at us. There were threatened white supremacists who fouled the air. Canon law is sharia law No thank you

MORE: Some states move to protect abortion rights in face of challenge at Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, in a separate blistering dissent from the majority, wrote:"This case is a disaster for the rule of law and a grave disservice to women in Texas, who have a right to control their own bodies. I will not stand by silently as a State continues to nullify this constitutional guarantee." Majorities of Americans support the Supreme Court upholding Roe v. Wade and oppose states making it harder for abortion clinics to operate, according to an ABC News/Washington Post from November. Three in four Americans, including majorities of Republicans, independents and Democrats, say the decision of whether to have an abortion should be left to a woman and her doctor. J. Scott Applewhite/AP, FILE The Supreme Court is seen at dusk in Washington, Oct. 22, 2021. White House press secretary Jen Psaki addressed the anniversary of the landmark decision at Friday's White House briefing. "Reproductive health care has been under extreme and relentless assault ever since, especially in recent months," she said."We're deeply committed to making sure everyone has access to care and we will defend it with every tool we have. That includes continuing to work with Congress to pass the Women's Health Protection Act and codify this fundamental right into law." Friday's march is planned each year on or around the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, handed down 49 years ago on Jan. 22, 1973. ABC News' Devin Dwyer and Brittany Shepherd contributed to this report.