Illegal immigrant rallies smaller than last year
The crowds were smaller than a year ago, but thousands still took to the streets of Wisconsin's largest cities Tuesday to demand immigration reform.
Madison police said about 500 attended a State Capitol rally while organizers said their events attracted up to 3,500.
In Milwaukee, a crowd up to 20 people wide stretched for over a mile. And when they gathered at a downtown park an estimated 30,000 heard the brother of migrant farm organizer Cesar Chavez demand equality.