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Pro-choice protesters march outside the Texas State Capitol.
Pro-choice protesters march outside the Texas State Capitol.
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The leaked abortion judgment is a result of the three appointments Donald Trump made to the Supreme Court, sealing a conservative anti-abortion majority that has outraged pro-abortion activists, writes John Matisonn.

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