Election Guide 2022: One issue looms large in PA voting

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Hours after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned once-secure federal abortion rights, a swarm of demonstrators gathered on the steps of the City-County Building, holding up rush hour traffic as they spilled onto the surrounding streets.

Standing atop the portico on that hot June evening, Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey vowed to fight alongside them.

“Pittsburgh is for you,” Gainey said. “If you want to get an abortion, come to the City of Pittsburgh.”

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