BOISE, Idaho — Pro-life demonstrators marched from Julia Davis Park to the Idaho State Capitol Building on Saturday.
The march, known as the Boise March For Life, takes place every year in January on the anniversary weekend of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court case to protest the ruling of that court hearing.
Protestors held signs with messages that focused on their belief that all life is sacred, and should be honored, especially the lives of unborn children.
"Making sure that our children know that babies are alive in the womb and that God is knitting them perfectly in the womb and we should not be killing them we want to preserve life,"
said The American Heritage Girls.
On January 22nd of 1973, the Supreme Court case - Roe vs. Wade - decided women fundamentally have the right to choose whether or not to have an abortion without excessive government intervention.