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Abortion Rights March Brings Thousands to Capital

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Abortion Rights March Brings Thousands to Capital

Abortion Rights March Brings Thousands to Capital

Abortion Rights March Brings Thousands to Capital

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Massive demonstrations in Washington in support of abortion rights bring high-profile speakers and vocal opposition. Organizers called the event the "March for Women's Lives." Speakers included Hillary Rodham Clinton. While hundreds of thousands of marchers rallied to the capital, anti-abortion activists turned out in force, as well. NPR's Libby Lewis reports.