A woman speaks during a protest on the Pentacrest in Iowa City on Saturday, May 5. The protest was held in response to Gov. Kim Reynolds' signing of a new bill that will ban abortions after a heartbeat is detected in the early stages of pregnancy. (Ben Allan Smith/The Daily Iowan)

Photos: Fetal-heartbeat bill protest on the Pentacrest

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Protestors gather on the Pentacrest to oppose Iowa's "heartbeat bill" on May 5, 2018. The bill, signed by Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds on Friday, bans abortions if a fetal heartbeat has been detected—usually at about six weeks of pregnancy. The law will go into effect July 1.(Olivia Sun/The Daily Iowan)

Ryan Hall encourages protestors to vote at a gathering against Iowa's "heartbeat bill" on May 5, 2018. The bill, signed by Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds on Friday, bans abortions if a fetal heartbeat has been detected—usually at about six weeks of pregnancy. The law will go into effect July 1. (Olivia Sun/The Daily Iowan)

People hold signs in opposition to a protest on the Pentacrest in Iowa City on Saturday, May 5. The protest was held in response to Gov. Kim Reynolds's signing of a new bill that will ban abortions after a heartbeat is detected in the early stages of pregnancy. (Ben Allan Smith/The Daily Iowan)

Sriven Kadiyala of U of Us speaks to a crowd of people during a protest on the Pentacrest in Iowa City on Saturday, May 5. The protest was held in response to Gov. Kim Reynolds's signing of a new bill that will ban abortions after a heartbeat is detected in the early stages of pregnancy. (Ben Allan Smith/The Daily Iowan)

Opposing protestors discuss Iowa's "heartbeat bill" on May 5, 2018. The bill, signed by Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds on Friday, bans abortions if a fetal heartbeat has been detected—usually at about six weeks of pregnancy. The law will go into effect July 1. (Olivia Sun/The Daily Iowan)

Two women hold hands during a protest on the Pentacrest in Iowa City on Saturday, May 5. The protest was held in response to Gov. Kim Reynolds's signing of a new bill that will ban abortions after a heartbeat is detected in the early stages of pregnancy. (Ben Allan Smith/The Daily Iowan)

Protestors gather on the Pentacrest to oppose Iowa's "heartbeat bill" on May 5, 2018. The bill, signed by Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds on Friday, bans abortions if a fetal heartbeat has been detected—usually at about six weeks of pregnancy. The law will go into effect July 1.(Olivia Sun/The Daily Iowan)

Protestors gather on the Pentacrest to oppose Iowa's "heartbeat bill" on May 5, 2018. The bill, signed by Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds on Friday, bans abortions if a fetal heartbeat has been detected—usually at about six weeks of pregnancy. The law will go into effect July 1. (Olivia Sun/The Daily Iowan)

A woman speaks during a protest on the Pentacrest in Iowa City on Saturday, May 5. The protest was held in response to Gov. Kim Reynolds's signing of a new bill that will ban abortions after a heartbeat is detected in the early stages of pregnancy. (Ben Allan Smith/The Daily Iowan)

Protestors hold signs on the Pentacrest in Iowa City on Saturday, May 5. The protest was held in response to Gov. Kim Reynolds's signing of a new bill that will ban abortions after a heartbeat is detected in the early stages of pregnancy. (Ben Allan Smith/The Daily Iowan)

Protestors gather on the Pentacrest to oppose Iowa's "heartbeat bill" on May 5, 2018. The bill, signed by Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds on Friday, bans abortions if a fetal heartbeat has been detected—usually at about six weeks of pregnancy. The law will go into effect July 1.(Olivia Sun/The Daily Iowan)

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