Protesters not thrilled with Jindal's presence on campus
BATON ROUGE- Thousands joined in on the march for life anti-abortion demonstration, and many others joined in prayer with the governor to pray over the city at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center on LSU's campus.
However, protesters claim they were not thrilled with Jindal's appearance on campus since his prayer rally was associated with the American Family Association.
Although the organization has many supporters it's considered a hate group by some. Jindal was a keynote speaker for both the prayer rally and the march.
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