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Pro-choice advocates heading to D.C. next week — spaces available

From the good folks at NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina:

NARAL PRO-CHOICE NC IS HEADING TO THE SUPREME COURT!

Join NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina as we travel to the Supreme Court of the United States in Washington, D.C., for the Rally to Protect Abortion Access on March 2nd! March 2nd marks the beginning of the oral arguments for the most important abortion access case in the past 25 years, Whole Woman’s Health vs. Hellerstedt, which will determine whether abortion providers can stay open across Texas and possibly across the entire United States. This will be a historic and exciting day, and we’d love to have you join us!

The rally at the Supreme Court starts at 8 AM, so we’re leaving bright and early from the Triangle at 3 AM on March 2nd. The rally goes until 12 PM, and we will return in the late afternoon/early evening. Location details will be provided once you RSVP.

Space on our bus is EXTREMELY limited, so reserve your seat NOW by filling out this form! By reserving your seat, you’ll get a free ride to experience this historic event, a free NARAL t-shirt, AND great company. What more could you ask for? We can’t wait to see you on March 2nd!

RESERVE YOUR SEAT ON THE BUS TODAY!

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