Nike, Alaska Airlines, Dick's Sporting Goods and others covering travel costs for abortions
A growing number of companies announced they will cover travel expenses for employees who seek out-of-state abortions now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned.
Rite Aid CEO on Roe v.In a brief written order, the high court said it affirmed the decision of Superior Court Judge William Morse, who agreed with a decision by Division of Elections Director Gail Fenumiai to not advance Sweeney, the fifth place finisher in the June 11 special primary, to the special election after the third place finisher suddenly dropped out..South Dakota GOP picks experience for AG, bumps an incumbent Fenumiai had said that because Gross withdrew less than 64 days before the scheduled Aug.
Wade ruling: Our focus is on the health of our associates Rite Aid CEO Heyward Donigan on how the Roe v.Wade decision will impact the health care industry on ‘Cavuto: Coast to Coast.Morse on Friday ruled in favor of the elections division.’ A growing number of major corporations, including Alaska Airlines, Dick's Sporting Goods, JPMorgan, Nike and Adidas have pledged to cover travel expenses for employees seeking out-of-state abortions.to 8:00 p.This after the Supreme Court abolished the a right that had been in place for nearly 50 years last week.Forty-eight candidates ran in the special primary for Alaska’s House seat, which was left vacant by the death in March of Republican Rep.The move is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states.Now, it’s time to take our campaign to the voters in the general election and earn their support,” Begich said in an email to the AP.
However, the corporate world is making it clear it will continue supporting employees' health care despite the highest court in the nation overturning Roe v.The special primary was the first election held under a system approved by Alaska voters that ends party primaries and institutes ranked-choice voting in general elections.To reach the JIC, call 907-356-5511.Wade."We will continue, just as we always have, to provide employees with extensive benefits to support your health and well-being, no matter where you live," Alaska Airlines Senior Vice President of People Andy Schneider said in a statement Friday.That changed when Gross abruptly withdrew Tuesday.A Boeing Co.737-9 aircraft during a Boeing Co.16 special election, state law did not permit the division to put the fifth-place candidate on the ballot in his place.The Palin campaign did not immediately return a request for comment.
ecoDemonstrator program tour at Ronald Reagan National Airport in Arlington, Va., July 28, 2021.Messages sent to three attorneys representing the plaintiffs were not immediately returned to The Associated Press on Saturday.(Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty Images / Getty Images) SUPREME COURT OVERTURNS ROE V.WADE IN LANDMARK ABORTION DECISION Schneider said that "this includes reimbursing travel for certain medical procedures and treatments if they are not available where you live" and that the "Supreme Court decision does not change that.Now, it’s time to take our campaign to the voters in the general election and earn their support,” Begich said in an email to the AP." Similarly, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Lauren Hobart wrote on LinkedIn that the company is "prepared to ensure that all of our teammates have consistent and safe access to the benefits we provide, regardless of the state in which they live.” But, he wrote, “that is the period set by statute and the one the Division must apply.
" The company plans to provide up to $4,000 in travel expense reimbursement for employees who live in states where they do not have legal access to an abortion.” “We’ll let the Republicans sort themselves out,” she said in an email to the AP.Ticker.
GOOD.. it is their choice.. they are making sure Kids are killed, that is what they believe, we do not need to support that, or them, Freedom to make choices. What about cancer patients Heart attack and stroke patients Do they get their travel costs covered THATS A LOT OF TRAVELING AND HOURS SPENT THINKING ABOUT THE DEATH OF YOUR UNBORN CHILD. WHEN THE BABY KICKS ITS JUST A PARASITE (ALIENS LIKE) INSIDE YOU. MAYBE YOU CAN SCRATCH UR HEAD 7 UR ASS AND CONTEMPLATE THROWING IT IN THE TRASH BIN
Cheaper than maternity leave Going to sit back and enjoy the lawsuits when one of their corporate funded abortion results in permanent damage to the employee. Gets workers back to work sooner, rather then later? Transportation to kill baby's ...and the consumers pick up the tab in increased pricing. Time to boycott
Could they fly in some baby formula while they're at it? You don't have to take a trip with these!
Alaska Supreme Court ruling keeps Sweeney off House ballot - Alaska Public MediaOn Saturday the Alaska Supreme Court upheld a lower court’s ruling that will keep Tara Sweeney off the special election ballot. Three voters had sued, saying elections officials misinterpreted the law when they said Sweeney could not take the fourth spot.
Of course they are.
Fire activity in Alaska prompts the opening of the Joint Information Center on Fort WainwrightJIC is located in the Bureau of Land Management Alaska Fire Services Building on Fort Wainwright
Alaska Supreme Court ruling keeps Sweeney off House ballotANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — The Alaska Supreme Court on Saturday upheld a lower court’s ruling that will keep Republican Tara Sweeney off the ballot for the August special election in Alaska’s U.S. House race. One down, 47 to go? ' to not advance Sweeney, the fifth place finisher in the June 11 special primary, to the special election after the third place finisher suddenly dropped out.' Sounds like an oversight in the law. The voters will have just 3, not 4 choices in the first voting round. StopPalin
Alaska Senators discuss passage of gun safety legislationAlaska Sens. Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan discussed the passage of gun safety legislation through Congress. Dan Sullivan's more than just a bad senator. He's a bad person. There. I said it.
None injured after floatplane crashes on takeoff from cove in Southeast Alaska, NTSB saysOne pilot and seven passengers were on board a Juneau-bound floatplane operated by Alaska Seaplanes when it crashed on takeoff today from a cove in Southeast, authorities said. No injuries were reported. Seriously is this news?
Alaska Supreme Court ruling keeps Sweeney off House ballotThe Alaska Supreme Court has upheld a lower court’s ruling that will keep Republican Tara Sweeney off the ballot for the August special election in Alaska’s U.S. House race. Did Russia take Alaska back, how did these people take over?