Is the anti-abortion movement softening its tone?

Anti-abortion activist Brian Normile of Beavercreek, Ohio, holds up a poster during a prayer vigil outside Planned Parenthood in D.C. on Monday as part of a national march. There are signs activists are softening their approach. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)


Is the anti-abortion movement softening its tone?

The pro-life movement is trying to soften its edges.There are signs that activists are moving away from tactics like trying to scare pregnant women and toward softer approaches like helping encourage adoption.On key indicator comes from Wednesday's annual March on Life, where thousands of pro-life supporters, mostly from high schools and church youth groups, will gather in a frigid Washington, D.C., for a day of rallies, concerts and speeches.This year's theme is adoption, a new approach for pro-lifers.The march's president, …

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