Protestors will gather at Capitol Square on Saturday to rally against General Assembly proposals that they say chip away at abortion rights.

Del. Eileen Filler-Corn (D-Fairfax), left, addresses a "Stands for Women's Rights" rally at the Bell Tower in Capitol Square in Richmond Feb. 20. (RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH)

Speakers will include members of various women’s rights organizations.

Several abortion bills have already died — including those that define a fertilized egg as a person; denying state-funded abortions to poor women with grossly deformed fetuses and banning abortions after 20 weeks.

But at least one — requiring women to get an ultrasound before an abortion — is already on its way to the governor’s desk after being amended to no longer mandate a vaginal probe.

Two weeks ago, more than 1,200 people lined Capitol Square in silent protest against the abortion bills. Last week, another 150 people gathered outside the governor’s mansion.

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