Anti-abortion protesters celebrated Friday outside the U.S. Supreme Court after justices overturned Roe v. Wade. (Photo: Gemunu Amarasinghe/AP)

Some companies are trying to create workarounds for employees in states with restrictive abortion laws by providing benefits that would allow them to travel out-of-state to access abortion services, joining a chorus of companies that announced they would do so in response to a Texas law last year and the leak of a draft version of the opinion in May.

But employment attorneys say those efforts will occur amid a rapidly shifting legal landscape. Hours after the U.S. Supreme Court eliminated the constitutional right to abortion Friday, multiple states passed laws restricting access to abortion services while more indicated they will do so over the next month.

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