Anti-Iraq War Protesters From Eau Claire, Other Wisconsin Cities Head For Washington

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Some 700 people are expected to leave Wisconsin Friday for Washington D.C. where they'll take part in Saturday's anti-war rally.

Peace Action Wisconsin has organized 14 buses that will leave from Eau Claire, Madison, Milwaukee, Kenosha, Ashland, Wausau and Duluth, Minnesota.

The rally is in support of bringing U-S troops home from Iraq. Organizers are expecting 100-thousand people in Washington, including Cindy Sheehan, the California mother who drew thousands to a protest outside President Bush's Texas ranch last month.

Mike Miles is a peace activist from Luck. He's expecting news about Hurricane Rita will overshadow the march Saturday.