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Disney, Netflix, Comcast Pledge to Cover Travel Costs for Abortions

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Disney, Netflix, Comcast, Pledge to Cover Travel Costs , for Abortions.
The corporate giants made the benefit commitments on June 24 in the wake the Supreme Court decision 'Dobbs v. Jackson.'.
The decision overturns 'Roe v. Wade,' ending the right to abortion in the U.S.
We recognize the impact of the ruling and that we remain committed to providing comprehensive access to quality and affordable care ... , Disney Statement to 'The Washington Post'.
... for all of our employees, cast members and their families, including family planning and reproductive care, no matter where they live, Disney Statement to 'The Washington Post'.
Representatives of other companies made similar commitment statements via social media.
Lauren Hobart, Chief Executive of Dick's Sporting Goods, announced a $4,000 reimbursement for employees forced to travel for the procedure.
We recognize people feel passionately about this topic — and that there are teammates and athletes who will not agree with this decision, Lauren Hobart, Chief Executive of Dick's Sporting Goods, via 'The Washington Post'.
However, we also recognize that decisions involving health
and families are deeply
personal and made with
thoughtful consideration. , Lauren Hobart, Chief Executive of Dick's Sporting Goods, via 'The Washington Post'.
We are making this decision so our teammates can access the same health care options, regardless of where they live, and choose what is best for them, Lauren Hobart, Chief Executive of Dick's Sporting Goods, via 'The Washington Post'.
Gig service industry leader Lyft reiterated that its medical benefits includes a similar reimbursement.
Transportation should never be a barrier to access and we will continue to stand up for the privacy and choice of our drivers, riders and team members across the country, Kristin Sverchek, Lyft’s President of Business Affairs, via 'The Washington Post'.
Analysts say the Supreme Court decision creates significant corporate confusion.
Employers could have employees in states that recognize abortion rights, outlaw abortion or even criminalize assisting
with abortion. , Kathryn Bakich, Health Compliance Practice Leader Segal Group, via 'The Washington Post'.
A crucial question to ask is ‘How do employers keep benefits consistent for employees in states with such diverse medical
care laws?, Kathryn Bakich, Health Compliance Practice Leader Segal Group, via 'The Washington Post'

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