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Anti-abortion campaign makes stop in Jackson

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JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

The anti-abortion campaign, "Justice Ride," held a protest at the state's only abortion clinic this morning. 

High school and college students protested with signs and graphic images at the Jackson Women's Health Organization.

The campaign is sponsored by the national anti-abortion group Created Equal from Ohio.

The activists are on a five city tour from July 12-20.

Jackson is the fourth of the five total cities "Justice Ride" is set to protest in.

The Justice Ride will make its final stop tomorrow in Nashville, Tennessee.

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