Half a million "marching for life" today

01.24.20 | Bob Price, Brandon Dickson

They're flocking to the National Mall in our nation's capital today for the 47th annual event.

The march's president, Jeanne Mancini, insists having a president attend "in person" is a first.

Michael Geer with the Pennsylvania Family Institute says the largest such march in the world is "to stand for the protection of human life from conception until natural death."

Geer notes the positive strides, but also the radical, pro-abortion push in state legislatures around the country.

The March for Life starts at noon at the U.S. Capitol and will culminate on the steps of the Supreme Court.