WASHINGTON (Gray DC) -- Groups from Wisconsin and Michigan spent hours on their respective buses in order to attend the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.
Dana Hochstein from L’Anse, Michigan said, “This issue is one of the most important issues for me, and we need to protect the babies.”
Thousands of people attend the pro-life march, which is held near the anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade U.S. Supreme Court decision.
The 1973 ruling said women have the Constitutional right to seek an abortion.
Wisconsin Right to Life' Doreen Shirek said, “If I had... could wave a magic wand of course I would love to see abortion eradicated.”
Vice President Mike Pence spoke before people marched through D.C.
The march began on the National Mall, and ended at the Supreme Court.