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    Tamaki MP Simon O'Connor says the turnout at today's March for Life shows that New Zealanders are waking up to the major changes around life issues

    Tamaki MP Simon O'Connor says the turnout at today's March for Life shows that New Zealanders are waking up to the major changes around life issues


    2,000 people joined the 3rd annual March for Life in central Wellington this afternoon - hearing from various pro-life speakers outside Parliament.

    Mr O'Connor says the issues include our unborn children, euthanasia and drug use.

    He says the turnout is a small hint of the large number of people who are going to be attending and speaking up about these issues next year.

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