NEW MILFORD — Last spring, when City resident Jackie Eaton learned that the landmark 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion would be overturned, she said she decided to act – and continue.
“When I contacted my network, I was like, ‘Let’s meet on Sunday, but we have to move on. “So I put out a call to action to see who would be available to help me organize a weekly rally,” Eaton said.
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