We will be posting pictures from HVCL members in the next several days.
Very surprising for the Times, which in the past has ignored the March or given scanty or biased coverage.
Their article is solid, with an excellent picture. The Washington Post, which usually does give reasonable coverage, only ran an AP wire story here - Abortion opponents march in Washington to mark 40th anniversary of landmark court decision
Here's the Times - excerpt below the link
“Most Americans want some restrictions on abortion,” Ms. Monahan said. “We see abortion as the human rights abuse of today.”
Speaker John A. Boehner of Ohio, who spoke via a recorded video, called on the protest group, particularly the young people, to make abortion “a relic of the past.”
“Human life is not an economic or political commodity, and no government on earth has the right to treat it that way,” he said.
The crowd was dotted with large banners, many bearing the names of the attendees’ home states and churches and colleges. Gary Storey, 36, stood holding a handmade sign that read “I was adopted. Thanks Mom for my life.” Next to him stood his adoptive mother, Ellen Storey, 66, who held her own handmade sign with a picture of her six children and the words “To the mothers of our four adopted children, ‘Thank You’ for their lives.”
Mr. Storey said he was grateful for the decision by his biological mother to carry through with her pregnancy. “Beats the alternative,” he joked.