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California Democratic Party Rep. Judy Chu was arrested in Parliament during protests

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US Capitol police arrested D-Calif MP Judychu on Thursday during aprotest movementdue to congestion, obstruction, or incapacity. did.

Protesters closed the intersection ofFirst Street and Constitution Avenuenext to both the Capitol and the Supreme Court buildings on Wednesday afternoon. U.S. Capitol Police arrested 181 people after issuing multiple warnings to demonstrators, the agency said in a tweet Wednesday.

"Today's march decision was easy. I'm a young rape survivor, a woman who can't afford to travel to another state to access a critical care, an ectopic pregnant mother. Came out to march to. At risk. I came out to march for all of us. "

Kentucky abortion law triggered by a Supreme Court decision blocked by a judge

At Capitol Hill Demonstration took place after the Supreme Court Last week, theDobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organizationruled in support of the Mississippi Act, which bans abortions after 15 weeks of gestation.

California representatives first heard that theRoe v. Wade casehad been overthrown, saying, "I immediately thought about who would be most affected by this decision. A pregnant mother with an extrauterine pregnancy who is a survivor of rape, a woman who cannot afford to travel to another state to access critical care, and whose life is at stake due to the inability to have an abortion.

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There are 13 statescountries ready to enact a ban on immediateabortionsince the ruling, and 13 more could soon follow I have. Some prohibitions include certain medical exemptions, such as ectopic pregnancy, and exemptions from rape and incest cases, but recent High Court rulings have different laws from state to state.

"So, given all these women, and more, the decision to participate in a peaceful demonstration to make it clear that they do not allow the watch to be returned to the right to abortion. It was easy. Together, we wouldn't be silent, "he said," eliminating the obstruction of the Senate proceedings "and" strengthening efforts to pass the bill on women's health protection. " "He added.

Fox News's Adam Shaw and Jessica Chasmar contributed to this report.

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