As some of the nation’s largest employers vow to pay their employees to travel out of state for abortions, an insurance company in Texas went viral on social media for promising to cover employees’ expenses related to having a child.
Amidst predictions of a political “red wave” in the upcoming mid-term elections, an economic wave has been building for years with no end in sight as companies flood out of blue states and into red states.
After the Supreme Court of the United States overturned Roe v. Wade with the Dobbs decision late last month, many high-profile global corporations promised funds for employees and their dependents to seek abortion in other states.
Former White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx revealed that the federal government was relying on “hope” that COVID-19 vaccines would prevent infection when officials publicly stated that Americans who received the jab would become immune to the virus.
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