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  • After decades of tiny steps and endless setbacks, America’s anti-abortion movement is poised for the possibility of a massive leap. With the Supreme Court due to deliver a landmark ruling expected to seriously curtail or completely overturn the constitutional right to abortion found in the 49-year-old Roe v. Wade decision, anti-abortion advocates across the U.S. are hopeful they’ll be recording a win. For many who’ve immersed their lives in the issue, being present outside clinics where abortions are offered has become a must, to protest, to try to change minds, or simply to pray. They say their work will continue even if Roe falls.