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Women with signs protesting for abortion rights Companies would be wise to wait for the Supreme Court’s actual decision, rather than announce new policies based on a leaked draft. (Photo: Heather Khalifa/The Philadelphia Inquirer via AP)

The list of major companies that have vowed to reimburse employees for abortion-related travel and health care expenses is growing and already includes Apple, Amazon, Citigroup, Levi Strauss and Lyft.

Businesses considering joining that list likely will turn to their legal departments to assess the ramifications of providing employees with new benefits in reaction to the looming prospect that the U.S. Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade and leave states to decide their own abortion laws. 

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