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UPS donated to pro-choice group said to be targeting churches with protests
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FIRST ON FOX: UPS provided financial backing to a pro-choice group that is said to be planning protests against churches in response to the leaked draft opinion from the Supreme Court that indicated the court is on the verge of overturning Roe v. Wade.
The pro-choice group Rise Up for Abortion Rights is planning to protest churches on Mother’s Day with other abortion activist organizations, including the New York City-based Dominican Women’s Development Center (DWDC).
UPS has provided financial support to the DWDC through its charitable arm, according to tax filings and DWDC's public statements.
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