What Employers Should Know and Do After The End of Roe
By Kevin M. Mosher • Jul 6, 2022
On June 24, the Supreme Court issued an opinion regarding Roe v. Wade, stating the right to receive an abortion is no longer protected by the United States Constitution. This opinion gives states free rein to regulate abortion however they see fit. Accordingly, over half of the states have already passed legislation or are planning to pass legislation to either ban or severely restrict abortion access. The reversal of this landmark decision will impact everyone in one way or another, including employers.
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