Large American corporations are increasingly offering to pay for employees' travel expenses when they need to leave their home states for abortions.
Legal experts warned that these new regulations could subject corporations to legal action and even potential criminal punishment.
Among the businesses that announced intentions to offer those perks were Amazon.com Inc, Apple Inc, Lyft Inc, Microsoft Corp, and JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Conde Nast CEO Roger Lynch announced a trip reimbursement policy in a memo to colleagues less than an hour after the decision was made.
"A catastrophic blow to reproductive rights," the judge's decision was described as.
The abortion verdict has an influence, and Walt Disney Co. announced a similar policy on Friday, reminding staff that company still intends to give all people access to high-quality healthcare.