Middle school students leave Iowa to protest Supreme Court abortion appeal

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CAPTER: ABOUT 100 STUDENTS OF NORTHVIEW SECONDARY SCHOOL IN THE WALKWAD ANKENS T CLASS TSHI DAY. THEY SAY IF THEY WANT TO ORDER HUMAN RIGHTS, WHICH MAY BE IN DANGER IF THE CONSERVATIVE COURT PROJECT STATES THE STATE OF AFS. STUDENTS WALKED ON BLUWARD’S INQUIRIES AND DESTROYED THEIR SUPPORT FOR ABORTIONS. T.S. KELSY FARREL ORGANIZED EXIT. SHE SAYS WHAT TO REJOICE, ONLY A MOTHER ON HER SIDE. >> IT SHOWS THAT YOUNG PEOPLE CAN BE POLITICALLY ACTIVE, SO WE HAVE MY VOICE, AND VOICE IS IMPORTANT. EVEN IF WE CAN’T VOTE, WE NEED TO BE GEO. CORRESPORTER: GOVERNOR KIM RAYNS TOLD REPORTERS TODAY, SHE WILL NOT FORCE THE NEW LAW ABOUT ABORTION LAW, BUT WAIT TO SEE. GOVERNOR TAKES PARTICIPANT IN IOVA NATIONAL PRAYER DAY IN RDA STATE. GOVERNOR REINOLD CALLS HIMSELF PRO-LIFE. SHE SAID TO THE CROWD THAT THE LEADING DOCUMENT IS A PROBLEM OF LIGHT FOR R. >> SO THEY NEED OUR PRAYER, MORE THAN WHEN. Reporter: Many states have laws that prohibit abortion immediately when power passes to the states. Iowa lawmakers introduced a bill on the trigger DURING THE NETWORK SESSION, BUT HE DIED BEFORE THE FIRST CROW. The amendment, which removes the right to abortion in Iowa, HAS ADOPTED THE 2020 SESSION AND SHOULD BE ADOPTED NEXT YEAR, or go to a nationwide vote before it becomes

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About 100 Northview High School students in Anken, Iowa, about 20 minutes from Des Moines, left class on Thursday afternoon. They say they want to talk about human rights that may be in jeopardy because of a possible Supreme Court ruling. Students marched down Ankeny Boulevard and chanted their support for abortion rights. Kelsey Farrell organized a walk. She says she is pleased to have so many peers on her side. “It shows that young people can be politically active, that we have a voice and that a voice matters,” Farrell said. “Even if we can’t vote, we still need to be heard.”

About 100 Northview High School students in Anken, Iowa, about 20 minutes from Des Moines, left class on Thursday afternoon.

They say they want to speak out about human rights that may be threatened because of a possible Supreme Court ruling.

Students marched down Ankeny Boulevard and chanted their support for abortion rights.

Kelsey Farrell organized a walk. She says she is pleased to have so many peers on her side.

“It shows that young people can be politically active, that we have a voice and that a voice matters,” Farrell said. “Even if we can’t vote, we still need to be heard.”

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