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Veteran Organizer of Women Voters on How Abortion Is Scrambling the 2024 Election

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Co-founder of #VOTEPROCHOICE Heidi Sieck with Marisa Lagos and Scott Shafer at KQED Headquarters in San Francisco on April 16, 2024. (Dana Cronin/KQED)

Since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade, leaving abortion access up to the states, extreme legal decisions and abortion restrictions from Florida to Arizona have mobilized women and supporters of abortion access.

Heidi Sieck, co-founder of #VOTEPROCHOICE, joins Scott and Marisa to discuss the changed political landscape and how it’s impacting the 2024 election.


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