Many mid-Michigan protestors say they believe war is now inevitable, but it is still important for them to express their opposition.
It's becoming almost a weekly event. Antiwar protestors marching in Lansing and across the state are singing songs, carrying signs and voicing their opposition to going to war with Iraq.
Saturday morning, the Greater Lansing Network Against War in Iraq organized a peace march in downtown Lansing.
Lansing police say somewhere around 500 to 800 people walked from the capital through the city and back.
On the fringe of the antiwar rally, there were several people holding signs including a plastic and duct tape American flag.
Supporters of the war were also there saying it's important to disarm Saddam Hussein.
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