- The Supreme Court was disrupted Wednesday by three pro-abortion demonstrators, identified by authorities as Emily Archer Paterson, Rolande Dianne Baker and Nicole Elizabeth Enfield.
- They stood up in court early in Wednesday’s session.
- “Our right to choose will not be taken away,” one protester said. “Women, vote for our right to choose.”
- It was the first disruption of the court since 2015, when opponents of the court’s Citizens United decision about political contribution limits entered the courtroom.
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