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    Hundreds of youth, mostly Catholics from eastern and central North Carolina along with their youth pastors and families attended the Love My Life rally on Halifax mall near the Legislature in downtown Raleigh, NC Saturday, January 16, 2016. During the rally the Catholic Diocese of Raleigh held a Mass for Life and after a second rally nearby over a thousand pro-life supporters marched from Halifax mall to the State Capitol and back, met briefly by two dozen pro-choice protesters at the corner of Lane and Wilmington Streets. The rally was held in observance of the 43rd anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme decision legalizing a woman's right to an abortion.

Hundreds of youth, mostly Catholics from eastern and central North Carolina along with their youth pastors and families attended the Love My Life rally on Halifax mall near the Legislature in downtown Raleigh, NC Saturday, January 16, 2016. During the rally the Catholic Diocese of Raleigh held a Mass for Life and after a second rally nearby over a thousand pro-life supporters marched from Halifax mall to the State Capitol and back, met briefly by two dozen pro-choice protesters at the corner of Lane and Wilmington Streets. The rally was held in observance of the 43rd anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme decision legalizing a woman's right to an abortion. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
Hundreds of youth, mostly Catholics from eastern and central North Carolina along with their youth pastors and families attended the Love My Life rally on Halifax mall near the Legislature in downtown Raleigh, NC Saturday, January 16, 2016. During the rally the Catholic Diocese of Raleigh held a Mass for Life and after a second rally nearby over a thousand pro-life supporters marched from Halifax mall to the State Capitol and back, met briefly by two dozen pro-choice protesters at the corner of Lane and Wilmington Streets. The rally was held in observance of the 43rd anniversary of the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme decision legalizing a woman's right to an abortion. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

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    Maya McDowell of Raleigh, mother of two, said food stamps purchased two to three weeks of food for her family.