Inside Kamala Harris’s Campaign to Protect Abortion Rights 

Kamala Harris caught a flight to Indianapolis on a cloudy Monday morning in July, a sense of inevitability hanging in the air like fog. In a post- world, Indiana was about to become the first state to convene a special session on abortion restrictions—a legislative process that could, in a matter of weeks, decide the fate of women and pregnant people for years to come. Speaking to a circle of Democratic state leaders ahead of the afternoon session, the vice president didn’t mince words.

“This has created a health care crisis in America,” Harris said. “And I will tell you, around our country, we are seeing, indeed, many states since the Dobbs decision and attempting even before to criminalize health professionals, to punish women.”


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