ALBANY, N.Y. — The debate over Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh is making its way to the Capital Region.

Advocates for Planned Parenthood rallied in Albany on Wednesday, with about 100 people lining up along Central Avenue in front of the organization's facility.

For about 90 minutes, people were chanting, holding signs and wearing pink in support of Planned Parenthood. Reproductive rights groups have been worrying about the future of Roe vs. Wade since Monday's announcement.

"We're doing this because these are really, really important issues that could potentially set us back decades in terms of women's equality and women's health," said Chelly Hegan, the president and CEO of Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood.

Advocates say they hope rallying will make people pay more attention to Kavanaugh's confirmation process.