Oct 7, 2013 2:34 PM by MTN News
HELENA - A large group of people gathered in Helena at the intersection of Custer and Montana on Sunday afternoon to join in a national hour-long prayer to end abortion.
Participants held signs on the sidewalk that promoted pro-life messages, with an organizer saying that there were close to 80 in attendance for the National Life Chain event.
"I think what this is about, is awareness. Just to show that there are so many people against abortion. The numbers grow every year. They've done polls across the country, most of the country is pro-life, and it's really neat to see people driving by because 99% of the response today has been people beeping horns and thumbs up," Right to Life Montana Director Greg Trudd said.
Trudd works as a lobbyist at the Montana state capitol with Right to Life Montana.