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Hundreds upon hundreds of abortion rights supporters marched from Brooklyn to Manhattan in one of several mass demonstrations around the country.
“I would consider this an emergency,” the governor said.
Abortion rights activists marched in the rain on Saturday in the wake of the Supreme Court memo leak.
New York political and community leaders were already mobilizing late Monday and early Tuesday.
Today, people coming from out of state account for a small but growing share of the abortions performed in New York City each year.
'A lot of women are in impossible situations either because of sexual assault, because of domestic violence, because of an economy that is so discriminatory against women of color, against immigrant women.'
'The law is passed, it is sitting there by the Assembly, we need them to come back today and pass that law, and we need them to pass that law now, before the worst happens.'
"We must seize this opportunity to bring the state and the nation forward and stand up for women's health."
The bill would enable at-risk women to have abortions up to 24 weeks into a pregnancy, but who cares about that when a nebulous run at the presidency is at stake?
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