March For Life Tomorrow

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‘the first amendment lives!’
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Tomorrow marks the 37th anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court Decision of Roe v. Wade which determined the legality of abortions in the United States. Every year, pro-life protestors gather in Washington and march on the Supreme Court in opposition to the decision. In past years, uninterested bystanders, pedestrians and drivers have been subject to large billboards and signs of grisly images of aborted fetuses on the drive to work, so if you’re sensitive to that kind of imagery, you might want to arrange not to come up 14th Street tomorrow, or be on the Metro first thing in the morning.

Expect heavy delays on Constitution and Independence near the protest, which will run from 7th Street NW to 1st Street NE at the Supreme Court, and also in the Penn Quarter area.

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