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Since the recent leak of the Supreme Court’s draft decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a Mississippi abortion case, campus organizations of various ideologies have commented on the news that the Court could potentially overturn Roe v. Wade, the court case that legalized abortion in America.

For some groups on campus, access to abortion is often discussed in meetings, with further advocacy throughout the year. One group, the Planned Parenthood Generation Action at Cornell, has planned its annual abortion rights rally for May 14.

Cornell Democrats Philanthropy Chair Tiffany Kumar ’24 and Cornell Women’s Health Initiative Director of Policy and Advocacy Shruti Kanna ’22 both described their initial reactions as disappointed but not surprised. Kumar said that the draft’s leak was more surprising than its existence.

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