The end of a ban. More and more American companies are now taking a stand on the right to abortion, which is a sign of the emergence of a new generation with different expectations. Following the leak, it took only a few hours on Monday, May 2, for a section of the U.S. economy to publicly respond, announcing the Supreme Court’s possible reversal on the question of abortion.
“Knowing what is at stake, business leaders need to speak up and take action to protect the health and well-being of our employees.”Officials from Levi Strauss wrote. “That includes protecting reproductive rights.” Like the famous jeans manufacturer, Apple is committed to bearing the cost of employees who have to move to another state to abort their pregnancy voluntarily.
Return to the right to abortion “The rights of millions of women will be endangered”Indicates partnership search platform Yelp, AFP said “An earthquake for our society and our economy” And calling businesses “Start”.
Since the new law came into force in September reducing the time limit for performing abortions in Texas to six weeks, the ban has been violated, with Amazon, Uber or even the Bank Citigroup announcing that the costs will be borne. . Additional costs that this text may incur to their employees.
“We live in a time of political extraordinaryness, and this issue has once again become paramount, which will motivate companies to move forward.”Says Maurice Schweitzer, a professor at Wharton University in Pennsylvania. “Companies located in return states [sur l’accès à l’IVG] They have to decide whether or not to bear the associated costs (…), so this motivates them to stand on their own two feet. “Neeru Paharia, a professor at Georgetown University, says.
according to New York TimesTesla, who moved from California to Texas, agreed to reimburse the costs. Related to the new courage and fact of some American companies “In this country, there are more people who support (the right to abortion) than those who oppose it”, Neeru Paharia remembers.
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