FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – The day after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, groups rallied at the Allen County Courthouse to express their views on abortion, calling for celebration or change, depending on who you talked to.

Advocates of abortion rights joined the Allen County Democratic Party with signs and flags for a rally at noon. The group posted on Facebook, saying, “Not just Democrats, not just Republicans, not just Hoosiers, but Americans have turned out today to show their support for women’s rights and Roe v. Wade!”

Fort Wayne Film Lab announced on Instagram a “March for Roe” rally, also at noon.

Among those in the crowd, one woman said Roe saved her life after she had to make a difficult decision in 2017.

“In 2017, I had a really bad pregnancy, that needed to be terminated at 27 weeks, and if it wasn’t for Roe, my doctors would have been forced to let me die,” Gabi Hall explains. “So I literally owe my life to this entire cause and I am going to fight no matter what to make sure the daughters I have now have their rights to whatever they choose to do. Whether or not they want to, that’s fine, I am going to support them either way.”

In an interview Friday with WANE 15, a representative of Right to Life of Northeast Indiana said the group will be very vocal to lawmakers about its desire to see abortions banned in Indiana. They’re planning to be in Indianapolis on July 6 when the General Assembly gathers for a special session called by Governor Eric Holcomb.

Indiana representatives for Planned Parenthood released a statement Friday night:

“It is my promise to every person in Indiana that Planned Parenthood will never back down,” said Rebecca Gibron, CEO of Planned Parenthood Indiana. “We will keep fighting with everything we’ve got to ensure that everyone can access the care you need to control your body and your life. I want to be clear: Planned Parenthood will always be here to help you get the care you need.”