While the Janes were providing direct services to those seeking abortions, other feminists in exactly this same moment were taking another approach to fighting for abortion justice. In 1969, the National Association for the Repeal of Abortion Laws (NARAL) became the first national group created solely to campaign for the legalization of abortion. It is the oldest abortion justice organization that remains in existence today. The organization has primarily engaged in lobbying and policy work meant to make or keep abortion legal. Today, the mission of the organization—which changed its name to the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (still the acronym NARAL)—extends beyond focusing on the legal right to abortion and includes expanding abortion access, supporting paid family leave, and fighting pregnancy discrimination.