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The battle for abortion pill access remains

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A Supreme Court ruling dismissed a case brought by a group of doctors challenging the FDA’s approval of the Mifepristone pill. Though the case was dismissed, it is being called only a temporary pause in the battle for abortion pill access as anti-abortion activists will continue to pursue legal methods to restrict the use of the pill. Many have concerns over what the future of abortion pill access will look like within the next presidency. Katherine Kraschel, a northeastern assistant professor of law and health sciences, weighs in on the subject.

“While the Supreme Court’s ruling is incredibly important to maintain access to abortion, the case should never have made it to the Supreme Court in the first place,”

Katherin Kraschel, Assistant Professor of Law and Health Sciences, WGSS executive committee member

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