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(LifeSiteNews) — On Wednesday, December 1, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case. Pro-lifers (and pro-abortion activists) are planning to make their voices heard at this historic event. LifeSite will be right in the thick of it with complete coverage of the day’s activities.

LifeSite is sending a team of reporters to Washington, D.C. Some of them will be on the steps leading up to the Supreme Court building. Others will be located elsewhere in our nation’s capital. All of them will be providing live coverage on our many platforms. So be sure to visit our InstagramTelegramGab, and Facebook pages.

Our coverage will be hosted by John-Henry Westen and feature correspondent Jim Hale and many, many more LifeSite team members. Live streaming begins at 8:30 a.m. EST Wednesday morning.

LifeSite will also be live streaming the audio of the oral arguments from inside the Supreme Court as they occur. If you would like to listen to that, visit our homepage Wednesday morning, as there will be a story covering the arguments.

LifeSite has already provided extensive coverage of all the latest stories involving the Dobbs case. To read our past reporting on this crucially important case, and to stay up to date on developments as they occur Wednesday throughout the day, click here.

Our highly skilled team of dedicated pro-life warriors is excited to bring you this historic day on all our social media platforms. Be sure to visit our InstagramTelegramGab, and Facebook page for live updates from the steps of the Supreme Court.

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