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from a patatnt and id, what if tell you what have in my kitchen binet, and you tell me what ian do. >> reporter: but those on the other side of the issue say tt th texas law and oths like it are designed to protect women's health. anti-abortion activists also submitting briefs to the court, citing 3,000 women who they say suffered grievous psycholical injuries afterheir abortions. >> a majorit of americans, regardless of whether they say they are pro-life or pro choice onhe issue ofbortion, agree that artion should be safe for women. >> reporter:risten hawkins is presidts for student for life of ameca and has recruited thousands to the cause. >> today we have come out to show the supreme courtustices that this is a pro-life generation. my mission is t abolish abortion. and to make abortionnthiable and illegal. >>eporter: shehinks the striure regulations on
nation a just the first step. >> we're a pro-life generati! >> reporter: w were with the young mother last year at one of the largest ever anti-abortion demonsations. this is what the pro-life movement looks le at its strongest in the united states today. we're at the march forlife. and what you seeehind me goes on for miles. >> tod i speak toou pregnant with my urth child. my first dghter. are the pro-lifgeneration! >> reporr: to some, le 16-year-old devin, she's a hero. >> is this your first march f life? why did you place your child for adoption? >> she was bor inctober of this year. i nted to have an abortion when i found out i w pregnant with m daughter. and i wasiven the options that i could do abortion and not tell anyone or iould leave home. i went to a materfrty home and
for adoption andecau of her, i'm not ashamed i got pregnant at my age anymore. >> reporter: hawkins regularly conduc what she calls sidewalk coselling outside planned paranthood clinics with student vonteers like sam from the@ univerty of%v mexico. whenever i sidewalk cancel, it'svsuly in a back alley on top of a ladder s we can rch thewomen. >> reporter: but t t young wom on other de,, women who could be her class mates, are st as decated. many feel thathe greatt danger is to women, ford to illegal,nse alternatives if the tetes w upheld >> since these laws he taken effect, there been an ncase in attpts at self-induced tion in tes. cause they simplp can't me the tri that isow reqri in order to reach an abortion inic. >epr: but for no
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