Tag: march for life

What to expect on Metro, area transit with long weekend, marches

WASHINGTON — The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend and two separate marches in downtown D.C. mean traffic and transit changes for the region from Friday through Monday. Friday The annual March for Life leads to parking restrictions and road closures Friday around Capital One Arena and between the White House and the Capitol. Constitution […]

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46th Annual March For Life Has New Momentum: Science Is on Our Side 

Thousands of people have gathered in Washington, DC, since the United States Supreme Court ruled in 1973 that abortion on demand is the law of the land. And the March for Life mission is unchanged: Overturn Roe v. Wade so that every unborn child has a future. Forty-six years later and some 60 million deaths […]

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March for Life Celebrates Science Revealing ‘Humanity of Child in Earliest Stages in Womb’

The president of the March for Life says next week’s annual event featuring thousands of pro-life activists is celebrating that babies are “unique” from the first moment of conception — as science and technology have revealed. “As we know, advancements in science and technology really support revealing the humanity of the child in the earliest […]

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Shutdown won’t stop 3 marches on Mall next week

WASHINGTON — Several marches scheduled on the National Mall next week will go on, even if the partial government shutdown does, too. “Permits allowing events to take place will be issued for First Amendment demonstrations on the National Mall whose applications were submitted prior to the lapse of appropriations,” National Park Service spokesman Mike Litterst […]

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Shutdown won’t stop March for Life and Women’s March on Mall next week

WASHINGTON — Several marches scheduled on the National Mall next week will go on, even if the partial government shutdown does, too. “Permits allowing events to take place will be issued for First Amendment demonstrations on the National Mall whose applications were submitted prior to the lapse of appropriations,” National Park Service spokesman Mike Litterst […]

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MARC plans extra service for Women’s March, Metro plans no track work

WASHINGTON — Expecting big crowds for a third-annual protest against President Donald Trump, Maryland’s MARC Train has already announced extra service Jan. 19 for the Women’s March on Washington. Metro plans to avoid any track work. MARC plans to run a special schedule on the Penn Line between Baltimore and D.C. rather than the usual […]

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