Trademark News & Screw-ups Who Owns The Women's March Brand?

Hmmmm. What's curious is not that feminists and leftists of all sorts are now fighting over the name. What's curious is that USPTO agreed that the name WOMEN'S MARCH had acquired secondary meaning and is, therefore, not descriptive, and approved the name for registration on Principal Register. Now that multiple parties have sought extensions of time to oppose the approved application, looks like more than one entity claims rights to the name. Which is the precise opposite of the name having a secondary meaning?

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