Protesters gather in Los Angeles for the third straight day of abortion rights protests

Protesters protesting the United States Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade began gathering in various parts of Los Angeles on Sunday for the third straight day.

According to the Los Angeles Police Department, a small group of people began gathering on Sunday afternoon in the city, where protesters clashed with police on Friday evening a few days earlier.

The group of protesters was small and was not affecting any traffic till 2:15 pm. LAPD said in a tweet,

Police officials said the department supported the protesters exercising their First Amendment rights, but said officers would intervene if laws were broken or crimes were committed during the protest.

Elsewhere, organizers plan to hold protests at the Brentwood home of mayoral candidate Rick Caruso on Sunday evening.

Caruso, running for the office of mayor as a Democrat, is often described as a pro-business billionaire with no previous ties to the Republican Party.

Back in May, a local Planned Parenthood political fund criticized Caruso for donating his previous campaign to anti-abortion politicians in various races across the country, as reported Los Angeles Times,

Caruso has since publicly voiced his support for abortion rights and has his way exalted by Planned Parenthood before criticism.Strictly defend a woman’s right to choose,

Caruso faces Democratic US Representative Karen Bass in the runoff election for the office of mayor in November.

Many protesters are using it women’s march And we won’t back down Websites to find and organize abortion rights protests. Both websites show planned schedules for Sunday demonstrations in the Redlands, Santa Monica and Pico Riviera, with additional protests planned for the upcoming week.

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