What if the women who helped make abortion-on-demand the law of the land changed their minds? They did.

What if the women who helped make abortion-on-demand the law of the land changed their minds? They did. And what if no one cared? Apparently, no one does. Or so one might surmise from the media’s inattention to the latest motion filed in federal court seeking to set aside the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 abortion ruling, a reversal of which would return abortion jurisdiction to states.

Last week, Sandra Cano–“Mary Doe” in the U.S. Supreme Court Doe vs. Bolton abortion case, which was a companion case to the more-famous Roe vs. Wade–filed a motion in Georgia to vacate the court’s ruling. Like Norma McCorvey of Roe vs. Wade, Cano says she regrets her role in helping legalize abortion and wants to “right a wrong.”