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Companies that have come forward to offer travel benefits to employees going out of state to obtain an abortion face a vexing question: How can they avoid creating a paper trail that law enforcement could access to confirm that an individual has received an abortion? 

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Jessica Mach

Jessica Mach is a reporter covering tech, labor and employment for ALM Media's In-House desk, and writes Law.com's weekly "Labor of Law" newsletter. Contact her at [email protected].