Lisa Read of Lexington and her thirteen-month-old daughter Hadley Read joined more than a hundred protesters gathered outside Planned Parenthood in Columbia.
Lisa Read of Lexington and her thirteen-month-old daughter Hadley Read joined more than a hundred protesters gathered outside Planned Parenthood in Columbia. File photo
Lisa Read of Lexington and her thirteen-month-old daughter Hadley Read joined more than a hundred protesters gathered outside Planned Parenthood in Columbia. File photo
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