About the Roe decision

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About the Roe decision

Good morning,

The Supreme Court on Friday eliminated the constitutional right to obtain an abortion, casting aside nearly 50 years of precedent that began with the Roe v. Wade case. The highly-charged case, decided by the court's conservative majority, is sure to spill over into the workplace. 

The restriction of reproductive rights has prompted some businesses to help employees get access to abortions. A handful of companies have committed to covering travel expenses for employees who want to obtain the procedure, including Starbucks, Tesla, Yelp, Airbnb, Netflix, Patagonia, Salesforce, DoorDash and OKCupid. In the long term, the decision also may prompt more paid leave and other resources to ensure that women can retain their jobs and have equal opportunities for advancement.

Read on for our coverage on what companies are doing in response to the Roe v. Wade decision:
 
 
 
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