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    Chicago City Hall is pictured in 2023. [Don Vincent/The Daily Line]

    After filing a lawsuit against the city, a coalition of reproductive and LGBTQ rights organizations will get a permit to march in downtown Chicago ahead of the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in August to call on Democrats to codify abortion protections and fight back against other laws threatening the LGBTQ community.

    At the same time, a court battle between the city and organizers seeking to march closer to the convention grounds at the United Center remains ongoing.

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