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About 100 people gathered in front of the Josephine County Courthouse on Friday evening to protest the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade and striking down constitutional protections for abortion.

In Grants Pass, there was no public celebration Friday of the Supreme Court's reversal of abortion rights.

But there was a protest.

As many as 100 people gathered in front of the Josephine County Courthouse, chanting slogans like "My body, my choice" and drawing horn-honking support and cheers from passing traffic.

Among them were Melia Biedscheid, a retired speech therapist from Gold Hill, and Mary Rookwood, a fellow retiree from Wilderville. Read More »

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