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Legal clashes await U.S. companies covering workers' abortion costs
World · June 26, 2022 · 4:05 AM PDT
A growing number of large U.S. companies have said they will cover travel costs for employees who must leave their home states to get abortions, but these new policies could expose businesses to lawsuits and even potential criminal liability, legal experts said.
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