- Chicago police expect up to 10,000 people to participate in a march against the Iraq war on Saturday, while the protest's organizers say "tens of thousands" of protesters could attend.
The protest will begin with a rally at 1:30 p.m. in Union Park at Ashland Avenue and Lake Street, said organizers. At 2:30, the protesters will march south on Ashland and then east on Jackson Boulevard to Federal Plaza at Dearborn and Adams Streets, where they will hold another rally about 3:45.
We're betting that it isn't nearly as big as anyone says it's going to be. Reports from the scene are appreciated.
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