WINDY CITY TIMES
||Broad coalition to rally March 4 to defend the right to abortion
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As the Supreme Court hears oral arguments about a Louisiana abortion case that could severely limit or overturn the right to abortion, a who's who of local pro-choice groups will rally with 'Defend the Right to Abortion.'
The case is June Medical Services v. Russo ( formerly June Medical Services v. Gee ).
The action will take place at noon, Wednesday, March 4 at Federal Plaza, corner of Adams and Dearborn Streets, Chicago
Local pro-choice groups involved include 33rd Ward Working Families; Acting Out Theater Company; ANSWER Coalition; Chicago Abortion Fund; Chicago Chapter of the National Organization of Women ( NOW ); Chicago for Abortion Rights; Chicago Teachers Union - Women's Rights Committee; Gay Liberation Network; Illinois Action Team/Clinic Vest Project; Illinois Single Payer Coalition ( ISPC ); Indivisible Chicago; Men4Choice; Midwest Access Coalition; Midwest Access Project; Mujeres Latinas en Accion; National Jewish Council of Women - Chicago North Shore; National Nurses United; Party for Socialism & Liberation ( PSL ); Physicians for a National Health Program Illinois ( PNHP Illinois ); Planned Parenthood Illinois Action; Rush Students for Choice, Rush Students for a National Health Plan; Shout Your Abortion
—From a press release
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