Pro-life marchers urged to keep up their efforts

WASHINGTON -- Despite overcast skies, the mood at the Jan. 22 annual March for Life in Washington was decidedly upbeat as speaker after speaker urged the crowd to keep up their efforts in the pro-life arena.

Several speakers told the tens of thousands at a rally on the National Mall -- bundled in winter gear and holding aloft placards with pro-life messages or banners identifying where they were from -- that they were now in the majority and would continue to make inroads in society and in government policies.

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