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Disney and other companies pledge to cover out-of-state abortions for employees

Walt Disney, a major publishing condenast and investment company JP Morgan Chase is a major American company that promises to cover the travel expenses of employees looking for a place to go on Friday. It was one of.Roev by the US Supreme Court. A miscarriage in the state triggered by the overthrow of Wade. The 

ruling abolished the constitutional protection of abortion and left the matter to individual states, 13 of which were poised to immediately ban the procedure. 

Walt Disney World's hometown of Florida currently bans miscarriage after 15 weeks. Disney employee benefits cover the costs of those who need to travel to receive health care, including abortion, a company spokesman said Friday. The company, whichrecently spared with state legislatorover the controversial "not gay" bill, had previously refused to comment on the possibility of overthrow. ..

Other major media companies (Sony, Paramount, Comcast, Warner Bros., Discovery, Netflix ) have also said they will reimburse travel expenses for out-of-state misunderstandings.

Airbnb, Dick's sporting goodsPatagonia made a similar pledge. Gapstates in a statementthat employee interests cover misconduct and other family planning services, but does not specify travel expenses. 

Top executives from other companies — Meta's retired COO Sheryl Sandberg, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, and Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman have ruled this decision as a woman's right. I accused him of retreating. 

"Business leaders step up to support the health and safety of their employees by speaking against the wave of bans that result from this decision, and Congress It is necessary to seek codification in accordance with the law, "Stopperman wrote in a statement. There are

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Whitney Wolfheld, CEO of dating app BumbleIs the right to donate to ACLU and Planned Parenthood, which states that her company will continue to support reproduction. OkCupid postedon Instagram, I advised people to contact elected representatives.

Apple, Amazon, Tesla, Levi Strauss & Co., Lyft, Starbucks, and Microsoft are all out-of-state medical care. 

In September, Uber covers the legal costs of drivers accused of dropping people at an abortion clinic. That same month, Salesforce proposed to help Texas employees move with Mississippi, and passed the "Heartbeat Bill", which resulted in an early pregnancy abortion. I banned it.