Nearly 300 people gathered in prayer Monday to protest the first day of business of Leroy Carhart’s Germantown abortion clinic in Maryland.

The Nebraska abortionist debuted the Germantown Reproductive Health Services center, his first of three new clinics, on Monday. When he did, Carhart was met with by protesters and a prayer vigil.

“We in Germantown don’t have any intention of becoming the late-term abortion capital of Maryland,” protester Peter Sprigg told The Washington Post. Sprigg, who lives nearby, is a policy analyst for the Family Research Council.

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