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Demonstrators arrested after blocking an intersection near the Supreme Court

Police in the US Capitol arrested 181 people on Thursday for blocking an intersection outside the Supreme Court for rallying in support of the right to abortion. 

"We have 181 people in congestion, obstruction, or containment (DC Code §22–1307) for blocking the intersection of Northeast Constitution Avenue and Northeast First Street. Was arrested, "Capitol police announced on Twitter Thursday. 

The arrest took place after people issued three warnings to clear the intersection and the area, Parliamentary police said. Thursday was the last day of the semester, which was full of controversial phone calls. last week's court decision that has no constitutional right to abortion , both for and against access to abortion, across the country Caused an emotional demonstration. 

California Democrat Judychu was among those arrested Thursday. Since Friday's decision, protesters have gathered in the Supreme Court to overturn the groundbreaking abortion case of Roe v. Wade.

California Democratic Party Rep. Judy Chu gathered near the Supreme Court on Thursday to protest the court's decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade case. Arrested along with other demonstrators. Chu et al. Raised his sign in a group that blocked the streets of Washington,

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Thursday, Biden The president has expressed support for temporarily changing the Senate rules to systematize abortion protection under the right to eggs and privacy, but the Senate currently lacks a vote to do so. ..

"The most important thing that needs to be clarified is that it needs to be changed. I think we have codified the Roe v. Wade case. The way to do that is for Congress to do it. "Mr. Biden told reporters Thursday." And if filibuster gets in the way, it should be like voting rights. We make an exception to this. This action requires an exception to filibuster. " 

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