Around 200 people took part in a "Bans off our body protest."

It's coming off that leaked Supreme Court draft opinion that would overturn Roe V. Wade.
Women chanted, "Your hands off my body, and bans off my body."
At this rally women and men in the crowd came out to protest the potential overturning of Roe v Wade. 
They believe abortion should be protected by the U.S. Supreme Court, and not left up to states to set their own laws.
Many women here say men should not control their reproductive rights. 
"There would probably be a clinic on every corner if it were a man's issue and a man got pregnant," Maryjo Nagy said.
"We are intelligent human beings. We are over 50 percent of this population and we deserve the right to make choices regarding health care," Patty McGloughlin said.
If the US Supreme Court overturns Roe V Wade 26 states including Ohio could vote to restrict or ban abortions.
Folks say that barrier will hurt the poor and minority community the most
State Representative Michele Lepore Hagan told the crowd women are truly NOT free unless they can control their bodies to determine their life and futures. She and her colleagues have introduced a constitutional amendment to protect access to abortions in Ohio. 
"This is gong to be a battle. We know it's a battle, this turnout today is a great message. People have to step back and see you can not take women's rights away," said State Representative Michele Lepore-Hagan.
People here called for affordable prenatal care, affordable child care, gender equality and comprehensive sex education. 
They encouraged people to vote August 2, 2022 and to organize as if your life depended on it.
The rally was organized by the Steel Valley Reproductive Justice Coalition.