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In pictures: Abortion protests across America

Abortion rights activists are detained by U.S. Capitol  police after they blocked an intersection near the United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Abortion rights activists are detained by U.S. Capitol  police after they blocked an intersection near the United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Abortion rights activists are detained by U.S. Capitol  police after they blocked an intersection near the United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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Abortion rights activists block an intersection near the United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Abortion rights activists block an intersection near the United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Abortion rights activists block an intersection near the United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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Abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 29.  REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 29. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 29. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
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Daniel Niewinski yells at an anti-abortion demonstrator to go home outside of Denton City Hall as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber

Daniel Niewinski yells at an anti-abortion demonstrator to go home outside of Denton City Hall as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in...more

Daniel Niewinski yells at an anti-abortion demonstrator to go home outside of Denton City Hall as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber
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A woman claps in her car as abortion rights activists march to the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

A woman claps in her car as abortion rights activists march to the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

A woman claps in her car as abortion rights activists march to the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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U.S. Marshals stand outside the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito as abortion activists march in the justice's neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

U.S. Marshals stand outside the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito as abortion activists march in the justice's neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

U.S. Marshals stand outside the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito as abortion activists march in the justice's neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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Abortion rights activists march past the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Abortion rights activists march past the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Abortion rights activists march past the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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Abortion rights demonstrators march in downtown Denton as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber

Abortion rights demonstrators march in downtown Denton as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby...more

Abortion rights demonstrators march in downtown Denton as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber
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Armed militia members guard the route of abortion rights demonstrators’ march in downtown Denton as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber

Armed militia members guard the route of abortion rights demonstrators’ march in downtown Denton as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in...more

Armed militia members guard the route of abortion rights demonstrators’ march in downtown Denton as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber
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Abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 27. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 27. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 27. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
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A woman holds a sign, as abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 27. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

A woman holds a sign, as abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 27. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

A woman holds a sign, as abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 27. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
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Abortion rights demonstrators fill the courtyard of Denton City Hall as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber

Abortion rights demonstrators fill the courtyard of Denton City Hall as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28....more

Abortion rights demonstrators fill the courtyard of Denton City Hall as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber
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Abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 27. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 27. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 27. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
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Abortion rights activists block an intersection near the United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. 
  REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Abortion rights activists block an intersection near the United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Abortion rights activists block an intersection near the United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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An abortion rights supporter holds up a protest sign in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, June 29. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

An abortion rights supporter holds up a protest sign in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, June 29. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

An abortion rights supporter holds up a protest sign in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, June 29. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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Police officers stand outside the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito as abortion activists march in the justice's neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Police officers stand outside the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito as abortion activists march in the justice's neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Police officers stand outside the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito as abortion activists march in the justice's neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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Abortion rights activists march past the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Abortion rights activists march past the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Abortion rights activists march past the home of United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito in Alexandria, Virginia, June 27. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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Abortion rights demonstrators surround anti-abortion protestors outside of Denton City Hall and tell them to go home as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber

Abortion rights demonstrators surround anti-abortion protestors outside of Denton City Hall and tell them to go home as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for...more

Abortion rights demonstrators surround anti-abortion protestors outside of Denton City Hall and tell them to go home as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber
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Abortion rights demonstrators surround anti-abortion rights demonstrators outside of Denton City Hall as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber

Abortion rights demonstrators surround anti-abortion rights demonstrators outside of Denton City Hall as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force,...more

Abortion rights demonstrators surround anti-abortion rights demonstrators outside of Denton City Hall as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber
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Abortion rights activists, including actor Busy Phillips, march past United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Abortion rights activists, including actor Busy Phillips, march past United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Abortion rights activists, including actor Busy Phillips, march past United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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Abortion rights demonstrators hold up signs and drum against the the windows of Denton City Hall as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber

Abortion rights demonstrators hold up signs and drum against the the windows of Denton City Hall as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in...more

Abortion rights demonstrators hold up signs and drum against the the windows of Denton City Hall as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber
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Abortion rights activists are detained by the U.S. Capitol police after they blocked an intersection near the United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Abortion rights activists are detained by the U.S. Capitol police after they blocked an intersection near the United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein

Abortion rights activists are detained by the U.S. Capitol police after they blocked an intersection near the United States Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein
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Abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 29. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 29. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Abortion rights protesters demonstrate in Los Angeles, California, June 29. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
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Abortion rights activists participate in a demonstration outside of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Sarah Silbiger

Abortion rights activists participate in a demonstration outside of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Sarah Silbiger

Abortion rights activists participate in a demonstration outside of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Sarah Silbiger
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Abortion rights demonstrators chant outside of the Denton County Courthouse during a march as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber

Abortion rights demonstrators chant outside of the Denton County Courthouse during a march as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton,...more

Abortion rights demonstrators chant outside of the Denton County Courthouse during a march as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber
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Dr Sarah Gutman speaks about protecting abortion access, as Pennsylvania Attorney General and candidate for governor Josh Shapiro listens during a news conference in Philadelphia, June 29. REUTERS/Hannah Beier

Dr Sarah Gutman speaks about protecting abortion access, as Pennsylvania Attorney General and candidate for governor Josh Shapiro listens during a news conference in Philadelphia, June 29. REUTERS/Hannah Beier

Dr Sarah Gutman speaks about protecting abortion access, as Pennsylvania Attorney General and candidate for governor Josh Shapiro listens during a news conference in Philadelphia, June 29. REUTERS/Hannah Beier
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A few abortion rights demonstrators remain in the crowd after hours of public comments and discussion as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber

A few abortion rights demonstrators remain in the crowd after hours of public comments and discussion as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force,...more

A few abortion rights demonstrators remain in the crowd after hours of public comments and discussion as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber
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An abortion rights supporter holds up a protest sign in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, June 29. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

An abortion rights supporter holds up a protest sign in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, June 29. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

An abortion rights supporter holds up a protest sign in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, June 29. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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U.S. Rep. Judy Chu (D-CA), center, participates in an abortion rights demonstration outside of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Sarah Silbiger

U.S. Rep. Judy Chu (D-CA), center, participates in an abortion rights demonstration outside of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Sarah Silbiger

U.S. Rep. Judy Chu (D-CA), center, participates in an abortion rights demonstration outside of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, June 30. REUTERS/Sarah Silbiger
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Abortion rights demonstrators chant outside of the Denton County Courthouse during a march as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber

Abortion rights demonstrators chant outside of the Denton County Courthouse during a march as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton,...more

Abortion rights demonstrators chant outside of the Denton County Courthouse during a march as Denton’s city council meets to vote on a resolution seeking to make enforcing Texas’ trigger law on abortion a low priority for its police force, in Denton, Texas, June 28. REUTERS/Shelby Tauber
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