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|Res. No.||Resolution||Status||Abstract||Last Updated||Assembly Name||Term|
|7||Right to Protest||In Discussion||This resolution aims to protect the right to protest at Cornell and promote free speech on campus.||03/21/2023 5:00pm||University Assembly||AY 2022-2023|
|6||Declaring Cornell University a Purple Heart Entity||In Discussion||Declaring Cornell University a Purple Heart Entity||03/21/2023 5:00pm||University Assembly||AY 2022-2023|
|5||Dependable and Inclusive Supply of Pharmaceutical and Essential Nonprescription Supplies||Acknowledged by the President||This resolution supports the creation of a pilot program through Cornell Health’s Pharmacy for multi-unit vending machines carrying essential nonprescription medicine including emergency contraception to increase health accessibility and health equity on campus.||02/07/2023 5:00pm||University Assembly||AY 2022-2023|
|4||Revision of Codes and Judiciary Committee Responsibilities||Accepted by the President||This resolution revises the responsibilities of the Codes and Judiciary Committee and changes the name of the committee.||01/24/2023 5:00pm||University Assembly||AY 2022-2023|
|3||Amending the University Assembly Bylaws||Accepted by the President||This resolution describes the relationship between the University President and the University Assembly with respect to the Bylaws of the University Assembly.||02/07/2023 5:00pm||University Assembly||AY 2022-2023|
|2||Requesting that the University Provide Funds for an MD Gynecologist at Cornell Health||Acknowledged by the President||The student health service at Cornell's Ithaca campus, Cornell Health, does not currently have an MD Gynecologist on staff, which impedes many students from receiving necessary gynecological care. This resolution requests that the university provide funding for Cornell Health to employ an MD Gynecologist who is able to diagnose and treat the most common gynecological issues in the student population, including chronic vulvovaginal conditions and pelvic pain conditions.||02/10/2023 6:00pm||University Assembly||AY 2022-2023|
|1||Updating the Charter of the Office of the University Ombuds||Acknowledged by the President||The University Ombuds Office is a confidential, independent, impartial, and informal resource available to students, staff, and faculty at the university to address conflicts, concerns, or other issues affecting their work, life, or study at Cornell. It offers a safe place to identify options for addressing individual situations. University practice since the 1969 establishment of the Office has been for its governing document to be approved by the “legislative body” of the University, currently the University Assembly. This resolution approves updates in the governing document, now named the Charter for the Office of the University Ombuds.||10/25/2022 5:00pm||University Assembly||AY 2022-2023|