More than 100 people were arrested Saturday during anti-abortion demonstrations outside medical clinics that perform abortions in Connecticut and Boston.

In Bridgeport, Conn., police said about 130 demonstrators blocked the entrance to the Summit Women's Center at about 7:30 a.m. and were arrested when they defied police orders to leave. A spokesman for the Connecticut Pro-Life Action Network, which organized the event, put the number of arrests at 110.In Boston, about 100 anti-abortion activists protested within view of the Massachusetts Statehouse office of Democratic presidential nominee Gov. Michael Dukakis, who favors allowing women to seek an abortion if they choose.